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Netbeans 6 and JUnit 4

Jeremy Anderson
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I seem to remember there being some problems with running JUnit4 tests with netbeans because of it's tight integration with Ant. Does anybody know if there are still issues with this?
Gagan Indus
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Joined: Feb 28, 2001
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Jeremy,

I am running JUnit 4.1 tests with NetBeans 6.0 without any problem.

Also for a different project, i run my Junit 4 tests via Maven2 integration of netbeans without any problems.


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