jtreg, junit, and testng (was Re: Request for review : 7121314 : Behavior mismatch between AbstractCollection.toArray(T[] ) and its spec)

Ulf Zibis Ulf.Zibis at gmx.de
Fri Mar 30 20:35:30 UTC 2012

Am 30.03.2012 19:38, schrieb Brian Goetz:
>> Similarly class Infrastructure could be reused over all JDK's tests. But
>> personnally I would prefer to more and more use the JUnit framework. Is
>> there already an existing example?
> There's good news on this front.  We are in the process of making TestNG a supported test 
> framework for writing unit and regression tests in OpenJDK.  TestNG inherits a lot of ideas from 
> JUnit, so JUnit users should find it easy to use, and there are plugins for all the big IDEs.
> The goal you state -- making it easier to reuse test infrastructure -- is one of the reasons why 
> we want to do this.  Another is that many people are already familiar / comfortable with this 
> style of testing, and therefore are more likely to contribute good tests.
> I don't have a schedule for when this will be supported within the OpenJDK build and test process, 
> but we're working on it.

It seems, jtreg to JUnit bridge is already existing:

I also have found an example:


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