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Subject [Jdo Wiki] Update of "TestingAndBuilding" by RichardSchilling
Date Fri, 12 Sep 2008 16:16:36 GMT
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The following page has been changed by RichardSchilling:

New page:
== Introduction ==

Making a change to the source, testing it and building a new version can involve quite a few
steps.  This page intends to guide you through the process, and documents some of the things
I've learned along the way.  Much thanks to the other members of the JDO crew for all your
help in mentoring me into this process.

== Assumptions ==

I make a couple of assumptions that you should know about: 

 1. You've already downloaded the JDO code, all the build tools (e.g. Maven 1.1 and NOT Maven
2), and have successfully run a build.  
 2. You have built a JUnit test before.  So, get used to JUnit if you haven't already.  See
[http://www.junit.org/ The JUnit Website] for more information.

If you haven't done that already, then these instructions aren't going to help you too much
- they will merely provide some insight on the build process.

== Steps In Adding A New Test ==

You've made a modification to your code, and now you need to build a test to be certain it
works.  The JDO build environment relies on JUnit for testing, and that means you need to
be familiar with how JUnit works.  So, we'll be simply adding to the 

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