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saurav sarkar
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Hi All,

I wanted to Know if any settings is provided from Eclipse or any plugin which helps
to monitor the Junits as whether the tests have assert statements or not.
Such that it gives error or warning if there is not assert statements.


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As far as plugins go, I think a "static analysis" (code review) plugin is what youa re looking for. Many, such as PMD, let you write your own rules. You could write a rule for this if one doesn't already exist.


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