Testing partial builds with jtreg
David.Bristor at Sun.COM
Wed Jul 18 17:00:41 PDT 2007
First, thanks again for pointing out the typo in make/netbeans/README as
regards the Collections project. I just went through it, and found a couple
other in the changed build.xml:
* In the jar task, remove the indication of the manifest file.
* In the jar task's fileset, what should be excluded is listed incorrectly as
and it should be
Now about running the test: I'm not certain what problems you're having. I'm
able to run tests, e.g.:
% ant -Djtreg.tests=java/util/LinkedList/Remove.java test
This runs just that one test. Without the -D... it runs all tests on that
project, which runs 60 tests. Right away I see an Error in
CheckForComodification but looking at the test's source I see @ignore which
means this is OK. The remaining tests pass. Running the tests from NetBeans
gives the same results.
Just taking a couple guesses here re your test: your new test should be in
j2se/test/java/util/BitSet, be a public class, and have a public static void
main(String args). Take a look at the other tests for examples.
Peter B. West wrote:
> I'm trying to build and test a single file from Collections, namely
> BitSet.java. I've constructed what I think is a valid nbproject which
> builds the file and creates a jar with that file only.
> How do I run jtreg tests against it? Simply running the unchanged tests
> fails, so the tests are presumably not running against anything
> (including the bootstrap jdk) that includes the BitSet class.
More information about the nb-projects-dev