Contributing to JSDT #4 : Launching the unit tests

I’ll continue my instructions regarding how to set up JSDT development infrastructure.

Previously

Run the unit tests

Now I want to verify that the unit tests for JSDT pass.  (TDD — we should launch the tests before the product, right?)

Nitin Dahyabhai, the JSDT lead, pointed out that the first project above, contains a launch config to run all of the JSDT unit tests.

I will need to check out these additional projects from the webtools CVS repository.

  • org.eclipse.jsdt/development/org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.unittests
  • sourceediting/tests/org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.web.core.tests
  • sourceediting/tests/org.eclipse.wst.jsdt.web.ui.tests


The checked in launch config makes running easy.  Open Run Configurations – select JSDT Tests.  Hit Run.  They all pass, so I see green:

Next: Launching the Product

Disclaimer: I’m not on the JSDT team, so this may not be exactly how they do it. But it’s what I’ve done to get it working.

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