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Bill Venners

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Drive Your Unit Tests with Custom Scripts Posted: Mar 10, 2003 11:15 PM
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Advertisement has published a tutorial that shows you how to customize an org.suiterunner.Suite subclass so that it executes tests by interpreting a script written in a custom test language.

Here's an excerpt:

In Artima SuiteRunner's API contracts, "test" is used abstractly. A test method is one kind of test, but not the only kind. Executing test methods, as performed by Suite's implementation of execute, is one way to execute tests -- but not the only way. To execute tests in a different way, Suite subclasses can override execute. When execute is invoked on such a Suite subclass, its own execute implementation can execute tests in a custom way.

This article shows an example of a Suite subclass whose execute method:

- Reads in a file, written in a simple custom scripting language, that contains test commands
- Interprets the commands in the file, and executes the requested tests
- Invokes execute on each sub-Suite

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