Hi, does anyone have advice in this area? Am we the only people using
JUnit 4.4 with Eclipse 3.3, or just the only ones who are having
problems with it?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: junit@... [mailto:junit@...] On
> Behalf Of Bradley, Todd
> Sent: Thursday, December 13, 2007 3:38 PM
> To: junit@... > Subject: [junit] what's an "Unrooted Test" and why can't I
> find anything online about it?
> I'm using Eclipse 3.3 with JUnit 4.4. In the olden days,
> with Eclipse 3.0 and JUnit 3.8, I could select a single test
> method in the Outline view and run just that method.
> Nowadays, whenever I try to do that, Eclipse's test runner
> runs all the tests in the class. The results are shown in a
> tree, and the tests I didn't ask to be run are all under a
> node called "Unrooted Tests [Runner: JUnit 4]".
> So, I figured there must be some simple explanation, and
> immediately did a Google search. And it found nothing on
> topic. So I searched the Eclipse documentation and website
> for "unrooted tests" and again got nothing. So I searched on
> this Yahoo Group's message archive, and again found nothing.
> Am I the only person in the world who has ever had this
> problem with running a single test method from Eclipse? Or
> am I searching for the web's most suppressed secret?
> Someone please tell me you've seen this problem too! And why
> is there nothing written up about these mysterious "Unrooted
> Tests" in all the places I looked?
> Todd Bradley - Polycom, Inc.
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