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From "Vladimir Egorov" <>
Subject RE: FW: antunit branch for 1.6.x compatibility
Date Tue, 24 Oct 2006 23:57:52 GMT
Sorry for a bit of a messy entry into the list. I did not realize that
using html email could be a problem. Thanks Stephan for pointing this

> > My inquiry is in connection with TestLogic project on CodeShare.

> Could you please expand a little on TestLogic for the rest of the Ant

TestLogic is an initiative by BEA Systems Inc. Tools team to provide an
open source testing framework for the enterprise. The flavor of this
effort is to provide the glue that would tie together existing
frameworks (e.g. JUnit) in a consistent manageable way. Over time, we
want to cover the breadth of the enterprise testing needs, based on our
knowledge of BEA Systems Inc. testing needs. The project is so far a
private project on CodeShare. We are planning to open source when we
reach some point of maturity and can get clearance, hopefully within 2-4

> > To support writing tests in Ant, we want to offer a library of
> > asserts. We want start with antunit asserts, and have the ability to
> > enhance (e.g.  add new ones). Unlike AntUnit, we don't require
> > asserts to throw AssertionFailedException.
> > 
> > Do you have any suggestions for us?

> If there is enough interest we could certainly still create a 1.6
> compatible branch.

>From this posting I got a reply from Paul King, who explained that
similar asserts are being used in WebTest project and that he would be
interested to learn the outcome of this discussion.

> How long do you expect TestLogic to stick with 1.6.5?

We have recently migrated from 1.6.2 to 1.6.5, and we are being told
that migrating to 1.7 is not in the near future.

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