[Libreoffice] Building on Debian squeeze
tabe at fixedpoint.jp
Fri Nov 5 03:34:27 PDT 2010
On Thu, 04 Nov 2010 18:19:15 +0000, Wols Lists <antlists at youngman.org.uk> wrote:
> On 04/11/10 18:09, Takeshi Abe wrote:
>> I'm neither sure, but junit4 is also available on sid, lenny, marverick,
>> lucid, karmic etc. We should note that it can be confusing that at the
>> same time there is the JUnit 3.x's package named just "junit".
> Is this another of those "kde3 is called kde, kde4 is called kde4" things?
> The reason the page - so often - recommends "--without-junit" is it
> keeps on breaking builds. If junit(3) has been replaced by junit4 that
> would explain things!
Java source codes in tests of LO/OOo use the annotation feature of JUnit 4,
imported with namespace org.junit.*, which JUnit 3.x lacks. So its version
is worth checking out.
-- Takeshi Abe
> If anyone knows and can give me a bit more detail, that'll go on my todo
> list :-) but at present I don't have a clue what junit and junit4 are.
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