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From "Jon Skeet" <>
Subject RE: JUnit task
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2005 10:05:50 GMT
> > > so it seems the fileset bit works (finds the test) but 
> JUnit doesn't
> >have
> > > the classpath.
> >
> >Simply because you didn't provide any ;-)
> >
> >You'd need a nested <classpath> (within <junit>) with at least your 
> >"testing" directory, and any other jar(s) or directory(ies) 
> required to 
> >run the tests. --DD
> At the danger of sounding like I want this spoon fed....
> I have tried every combination I can think of.  My tests only 
> depend on JUnit so I can't see why the following gives the 
> same error (declared inside the junit tag)..
>          <classpath>
>            <pathelement location="/home/andy/junit3.8.1/junit.jar"/>
>            <pathelement location="${basedir}"/>
>          </classpath>

That's given your basedir as a pathelement - how about giving it the
"testing" directory instead? Isn't that the base of the testing classes?


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