In the third part of this series I will talk about how integration tests (and unit tests) are done on Flexmojos. If you haven’t been following along, you should read the first and second posts of this series.
A few days ago we changed nexus integration tests to use an embedded version of nexus instead of using a forked VM. Before every test Nexus is started and then stopped again after the test completes. This is done once for each test class (Junit: @BeforeClass=start nexus, @AfterClass=stop nexus). During the first run we noticed [...]
In the previous article, we demonstrated one way of running integration tests with Maven. In this article, we will demonstrate how to measure the test coverage of both integration and unit tests.
Everyone knows Maven is great for running unit tests, and it is usually one of the first things that people learn when they are adopting Maven as a technology. Integration tests are another matter, and require a more detailed introduction. In this series of articles, I will explain how to set up integration tests in [...]
In a previous post entitled m2e Roadmap, Jason discussed Sonatype’s commitment to quality and testing for m2eclipse. As a follow-up, I did a quick interview with Rich Seddon and asked him some questions about Sonatype’s approach to testing for Eclipse plugins. The interview is approximately five minutes long and in this interview, you’ll here Rich [...]