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From "Jon Skeet" <>
Subject RE: JUnit task
Date Tue, 06 Dec 2005 12:57:10 GMT
> >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?
> But I think that is correct.
> The base dir is, say, xxx.  The testing dir sits below this 
> with tests that are in the testing package.
> So sitting in my xxx dir (where I run ant from) the classpath 
> for these tests is testing.MyTest1 etc.

Ah, I see. Sorry, it wasn't clear.

I wonder if you could create a small but complete project - build.xml, a
Java file and the location you'd normally have the junit jar file, etc,
zip it up and post it somewhere? That's probably the best way of finding
out what's going on.


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