söndag, augusti 10, 2008
JtestR doesn't start up.
Justin Smestad uncovered an issue with JtestR that can cause some quite unintuitive output, and be hard to debug. Some info can be found here: http://www.evalcode.com/2008/08/jtestr-woes/ and here: http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/JTESTR-62. The issue has been fixed on trunk, but hasn't been released yet. The issue is very simple - just make sure you don't have the jtestr.jar file in the base directory where your project lives (this is usually the same place as the build.xml file). There are two ways to achieve this, either move the file into a directory or rename the file to something else.