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JUnit 3.7 in Forte 3.0 CE

 
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I've just installed forte 3.0 CE and would like to use JUnit testing. I downloaded JUnit 3.7 nbm file and installed it in forte. Forte recognized the module to some extent as the settings and menu choices are there for it. These even work. I was able to generate a test class.
But it wont compile. The netbeans intallation page for JUnit speaks of mounting the JUnit frame work supposedly located in the lib/ext directory and yet I cannot find any junit files (jars or other) there.
Anyone have better instructions on installing and using JUnit?
 
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There's a full set of instructions at
http://junit.netbeans.org/JUnit_installation.html
Hope it helps.
 
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been there - read that. On the other hand, I uninstalled forte, removed the registry entries, and reinstalled forte. When it starts for the first time, forte asks for the place to store your personal files. I think I've misunderstood how this is used. In any event, I told it the directory forte was installed in. With that, I was able to complete the junit installation and have junit working. Thanks.
 
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