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GroovyTestCase

 
Greenhorn
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How is the GroovyTestCase any different from using TestCase? Is it not just JUnit anyway?
 
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It's pretty well covered by the GroovyTestCase API: "This provides a number of helper methods plus avoids the JUnit restriction of requiring all test* methods to be void return type."
 
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