Jnario for Android (using JUnit 3)?

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Ian Warwick

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Jul 31, 2013, 4:44:44 AM7/31/13
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Hi,

I tried to get Jnario running in an Android project in Eclipse but for some reason it does not recognise that I am using JUnit 3. Instead of using the the Jnario Library I manually added the required dependencies to a /libs folder (since this is the way Android Projects manage dependencies).

I created a simple scenario which I can see that some stubs are generated but without any JUnit 3 related code.

Is there something else I need to do to tell Jnario to use JUnit 3?

Regards,

Ian

Sebastian Benz

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Jul 31, 2013, 4:48:33 AM7/31/13
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Hi,

Jnario automatically selects JUnit 3 if there are no JUnit 4 classes on the classpath. Hence, you need to add a JUnit 3 lib to the classpath and not a JUnit 4 lib. 

Sebastian


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Fluxtah

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Oct 17, 2013, 9:25:57 AM10/17/13
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Hi This is great but the Jnario Library bundles JUnit 4 so its not possible to not use JUnit4 unless you remove Jnario Library.

Regards,

Ian




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Sebastian Benz

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Oct 20, 2013, 12:46:38 PM10/20/13
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The Jnario library should not bundle JUnit. Could you please let me know which one you are using?

Sebastian
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