Where did the checkbox for 'use dynamic
classpath for dependent plugins' go in Eclipse 3? It's not where you describe
below. And I cannot get hyades to build at 3.0 off the HEAD stream.
Valentina Popescu <popescu@xxxxxxxxxx> Sent by: hyades-dev-admin@xxxxxxxxxxx
02/17/2004 03:19 PM
Please respond to
CVS module created on 1.3 and 3.0 streams
The plugin used to store Hyades Test tool junit testcases is now in CVS,
on the Hyades_v1_3_0 branch and HEAD stream.
The plugin name is org.eclipse.hyades.test.tests and will contain all junit
testcases required for the Hyades Test components.
I will notify you when the CVS module used to check in trace and log testcases
will be created.
Please follow these steps when checking in code into org.eclipse.hyades.test.tests
Make sure your workspace is set to use dynamic classpath for dependent
plugins. By default, the option is unset.
Go to the Window > Preferences > Plug-In Development > Java Build
Path Control and check 'Use dynamic classpath for dependent plugins'
Every group contributing to the Hyades Test tool may want to have a separate
source directory where the testcases and any other non java files will
How to create a separate source directory :
Assuming that HttpTests will be the folder containing http testcases :
- create a new folder under the org.eclipse.hyades.test.tests named HttpTests
- open the build.properties file and update the source location with this
new folder :
source.tests.jar = HyadesExtensions/,\
( to test the change, you will have export the plugin, delete the plugin
from the workspace then reimport the plugin; the HttpTests folder should
be seen as a source folder in Java Perspective )
3. Add your testscases to the source folder, together with any other files
you will need to run the scenarios.
As usual, contact Qiyan Li/Toronto/IBM if you have any CVS related problems
IBM Toronto Labs, popescu@xxxxxxxxxx
(905)413-2412 (tie-line 969)
fax: (905) 413-4920