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From Stefan Bodewig <>
Subject Re: FW: antunit branch for 1.6.x compatibility
Date Sun, 29 Oct 2006 20:23:24 GMT
On Sat, 28 Oct 2006, Vladimir Egorov <> wrote:
> From: Stefan Bodewig []

>> Which parts of AntUnit would you use?
>> Only the assertions or the tasks and listeners as well?
> Currently we are only interested in asserts library.

Which is pretty easy to keep working cross-version since most of it
consists of macrodefs anyway.  We certainly couldn't use conditions
created in 1.7 (regexp, for example).

> It is easy to write them, but it would not be good if the same thing
> was done differently in different projects.

Of course not.

> What is your take on this? I mean, some generic asserts are the same
> for AntUnit, WebTest, and TestLogic, but some are specific to the
> project.  Do you think it is worth the effort to standardize on a
> common asserts library and what should be the extension mechanism?

I'd leave them in AntUnit and think it should be possible to keep a
1.6.5 compatible branch for them.

> In the future, we may be interested in AntUnit runtime (task and
> listeners) as well, depending on the direction our project takes.

Which would require more work since more code is written in Java then.


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