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From Antoine Levy Lambert <>
Subject Re: [VOTE] Ant 1.9.0 release
Date Tue, 05 Mar 2013 04:25:35 GMT
Hello Jesse,

in fact the patch is failing one test :

testTestMethods in junit-test.xml

The test bad in runs [or at least something is reported as failing ] although only
"ok" is included.



 <echo file="${input}/">public class T1 extends
			junit.framework.TestCase {
			public void testOK() {}
			public void testBad() {throw new RuntimeException("failed");}
    <echo file="${input}/">
		    import org.junit.Test;
		    public class T2 {
			public void ok() {}
			public void bad() {
			throw new RuntimeException("failed");}
    <javac srcdir="${input}" destdir="${output}" includes="," source="5"
        <path refid="junit" />
    <junit fork="true" printsummary="true" haltonerror="true">
        <pathelement location="${output}" />
        <path refid="junit" />
      <test name="T1" methods="testOK" />
      <test name="T2" methods="ok" />


On Mar 4, 2013, at 4:55 PM, Jesse Glick wrote:

> -0. My main reservation is that an important patch, JUnit @Ignore support [1], is outstanding.
(I promised Michael Clarke it would get reviewed.) It could be pushed back to 1.9.1 of course,
but that could be a long way off.
> [1]
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