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From videophool <>
Subject Re: nested static class causing junit failure
Date Wed, 09 Jun 2010 15:14:47 GMT

I just found the answer to my own question:   mark the class with @Ignore  My

videophool wrote:
> In some junit code, I have a nested class that is private and static. 
> This class implements an interface that is used by the code under test. 
> The junit tests work fine in Eclipse, but fail under ant.  The failures
> are: 
>     MyTestClass$NestedClass "Caused an ERROR Test class should have public
> zero-argument constructors.
>     MyTestClass$NestedClass "Caused an ERROR No runnable methods.
> I need this class to provide psuedo data throug an interface that the code
> under test requires.  Is there someway to mark the nested class so that
> junit-ant does not assume that it is used for nested tests?

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