The current stable version (2.2) of the maven-surefire-plugin does not support JUnit 4. So Maven, out of the box, does not work with JUnit 4. Luckily if we want to use JUnit 4 in our Maven based projects we have two choices. The first is to use JUnit4TestAdapter as illustrated in this post. The second […]
continue reading Making Maven 2 work with JUnit 4
Panos and Paris, the JHUG‘s JUG leaders, are now Java Champions. Congrats guys, keep it up!
continue reading Greek Java Champions
For me, this is the best April fool’s joke for this year.
continue reading commons.testing
Seam provides a number of features to help programmers with the tedious but necessary logging. One of them is the @Logger annotation that is used to inject a Seam Log instance into a Seam component. For example instead of writing: private Log log = LogFactory.getLog(MyClass.class); you can write: @Logger private Log log; and Seam will […]
continue reading Implementing Seam style @Logger injection with Spring
Spring IDE 2.0M3 was released and the springframework.org site writes about the long-awaited Spring Webflow support. Spring IDE now includes graphical and XML editors for Spring WebFlow. I believe that this major new feature hides 3 very important new features that IMHO programmers will find more useful, since people working with Spring spend more time […]
continue reading New features in Spring IDE 2.0M3