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I have
- jakarta-ant-1.5.1
- junit3.8.1



But wen I try to run target "run-tests" then I get error:


Where is the problem?
 
Vladimir Bezugliy
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I have found the problem.
I use Eclipse 3.0.
And I run ant from Eclipse.
But their junit.jar is not supports <junit> task.
How can I say to Eclipse that it should use junit.jar from my installations of junit3.8.1?
 
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Change the runtime properties for Ant, via Preferences>Ant>Runtime.
 
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Here is the answer on this problem - Eclipse+Ant+JUnit
 
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