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Re: [platform-swt-dev] junit on OS X
- From: "Felipe Heidrich" <Felipe_Heidrich@xxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 16 Jul 2002 12:53:35 -0400
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If you are in the Java or in the Debug perspective you should have two "
Running Man icon". One is for running external tools (there is a red
toolbox behind the running man in the icon, right ?) and the another (for
launching Java application) is the one you are looking for.
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07/16/2002 12:40 PM
Please respond to
On 7/16/02 12:16 PM, "Andre Weinand" <weinand@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Select the class 'TestRunner' in the Package Explorer and click on
> the arrow in the 'Running Man' toolbar button. In the pulldown menu
> select 'Run As.../Java Application".
I'm not seeing the same thing that you are. In the Package Explorer, I
navigate to junit.swingui.TestRunner. When I select either the .class file
or the class itself, I don't see anything in the Running Man icon other
an option to configure external tools.
> BTW: JUnit is built into Eclipse: open the New wizard and you find a
> JUnit category under Java.
Yes, I found that - even made a test case using the wizard. Still can't run
it from eclipse, although junit runs fine from the command line so I'm
currently just switching between eclispse and junit.
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