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markv (2) [Avatar] Offline
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I have found JUnit in Action to be a great book. I was wondering, with so many changes having been introduced in JUnit 4.x, do you plan a new edition to the book?

Thanks in advance!
JoeVeilleux (1) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Is a new edition planned to cover JUnit 4?
I too am interested in this. I am just getting started with JUnit and downloaded it from JUnit.org only to find that the class names don't seem to match the examples in the book. I eventually figured out that that's because the book is written for JUnit 3.8.1.

So I'd be really interested in a new edition, or a "bridge" document describing how to do the things in the book but with JUnit 4.

In particular, can anyone tell me how to invoke the graphical test runner in JUnit 4 (e.g. like the simple example on page 11 of the book, but using JUnit 4)? I've been poking around for about 30 minutes without success...
kurzweil4 (2) [Avatar] Offline
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Re: Is a new edition planned to cover JUnit 4?
I was thinking of buying this book, but now I see that it does not cover JUnit 4.

When will a new edition be available?

Thanks