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Eclipse 3.2 and JUnit

 
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Hi, I`m migrating from Eclipse 3.1 to 3.2 and stumbled upon a strange problem with the integrated JUnit. In 3.2 I can`t get the "Compare Actual With Expected Test Result" to be enabled, where it is in 3.1 on the same test.

Is this feature not implemented in 3.2 or am I missing some configuration?

Thanks,
Haakon
 
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Ok, this worked with an update, please delete.
 
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Haakon,
We like to leave threads with answers. That way if someone has the same problem, they will know the solution.

Good to hear you got it working!
 
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I get the same problem on Eclipse Juno (4.2):


Most answers I found report that this is the case if your assertion doesn't compare Strings, but my article.author is a String. Unfortunately it is null, and if it isn't, the comparison works as expected.
 
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