And so, JtestR 0.2 has finally been released. The highlights include support for Expectations and TestNG, RSpec stories and lots of other goodies.
Here is the release announcement:
JtestR allows you to test your Java code with Ruby frameworks.
JtestR 0.2 is the current release of the JtestR testing tool. JtestR integrates JRuby with several Ruby frameworks to allow painless testing of Java code, using RSpec, Test/Unit, Expectations, dust and Mocha.
- Integrates with Ant and Maven
- Includes JRuby 1.1, Test/Unit, RSpec, Expectations, dust, Mocha and ActiveSupport
- Customizes Mocha so that mocking of any Java class is possible
- Background testing server for quick startup of tests
- Automatically runs your JUnit and TestNG codebase as part of the build
Getting started: http://jtestr.codehaus.org/Getting+Started
New and fixed in this release:
JTESTR-10 It should be possible to run TestNG tests
JTESTR-12 Buildr support
JTESTR-13 CC.rb should be able to run JtestR tests
JTESTR-17 Tests should be groupable and runnable per groups
JTESTR-21 Support RSpec stories
JTESTR-28 JtestR should include expectations
JTESTR-30 code coverage support
JTESTR-31 Autoloading of Java constants
JTESTR-32 Can't load IA 32-bit .so on a IA 32-bit platform
JTESTR-33 JtestR should use latest version of JRuby
JTESTR-34 Errors when project is in path with spaces on Windows XP
JTESTR-37 Can't expect a specific Java exception correctly
JTESTR-38 Problem with mocking Java classes
JTESTR-39 RSpec story runner seems to require rubygems
JTESTR-40 Package missing or.jruby.exceptions.RaiseException
JTESTR-43 It should be possible to get the generated mock class without instantiation
JTESTR-44 New output files start with a whitespace
JTESTR-45 RSpec raise_error and Test/Unit assert_raise and assert_nothing_raised handled JRuby NativeException stuff correctly.
Ola Bini - email@example.com
Anda Abramovici - firstname.lastname@example.org