Ron McLeod wrote:Have you tried specifying the compiler version properties?
Tim Holloway wrote:I use an http git server, so I'm less familiar with git under ssh and especially ssh in Windows, but this:
Looks like a mangled version of a more traditional ssh command:
Allowing for rhe fact that the "C:\Users\Owner" would actually be a remote login ID, not a Windows directory path. And the C:\Users\Owner\mykeyRSA_id would be the public key you were given to access the server without having to login via userid/password.
Check your remote configuration under the "Team" submenu for the project.
Junilu Lacar wrote:I'm not sure how Groovy/Spock is considered to be not Object-Oriented. Groovy is in fact more object-oriented. The only minus will be that you'll need to learn a somewhat new language/syntax with Spock and Groovy. It's also a JVM language so you can test Java code and you have access to all standard Java library classes.
Rob Spoor wrote:Did you check JUnit 4 or 5? Because it got a major overhaul with a lot more possibilities.