[nbdev] Re: Why are the Jelly Tools and JUnit library not part of the downloadable NetBeans infrastructure?

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  • Subject: [nbdev] Re: Why are the Jelly Tools and JUnit library not part of the downloadable NetBeans infrastructure?
  • Date: Wed, 29 Feb 2012 14:55:36 -0500
  • Organization: Oracle Corp. / NetBeans

On 02/28/2012 05:44 AM, Anchialas wrote:
I have dependency warnings like "Module Common Scripting Language API (new) in ide 
depends on an unknown module named org.netbeans.api.java.classpath." in the
Project Properties dialog box.

Sounds like a broken download, maybe retry.

  * Why is JUnit 4 library not part of the downloaded clusters? (Since module 
NB JUnit is provided)

As Emilian says, for legal reasons it cannot be. Anyway you do not need to download this _module_ (org.netbeans.libs.junit4) just to run tests; the harness has a special provision that it will fall back to JUnit from the local Maven repository if the module is missing. In fact instructions for downloading it in the correct way are included in the error message produced by the harness if JUnit is not available in either location.

Suites which need to build actual modules against JUnit (src/ rather than test/*/src/) do need to have libs.junit4 present. However community-ruby [1] shows that a workaround is possible even in this case.

By the way setting up CI-friendly NBM builds using Maven is much simpler.

[1] 
https://hg.netbeans.org/community-ruby/raw-file/default/nbproject/platform.xml



[nbdev] Why are the Jelly Tools and JUnit library not part of the downloadable NetBeans infrastructure?

Anchialas 02/28/2012

[nbdev] Re: Why are the Jelly Tools and JUnit library not part of the downloadable NetBeans infrastructure?

Emilian Bold 02/28/2012

[nbdev] Re: Why are the Jelly Tools and JUnit library not part of the downloadable NetBeans infrastructure?

Jesse Glick 02/29/2012

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