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Hi,

I thought I could study some Open Source projects which use JUnit for unit testing to see how it is being used in real life projects.

Can you suggest me some?

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Take a look at CruiseControl. It has a relatively high code coverage and has had a lot of different authors contributing to the codebase, possibly giving a more "broad" perspective on how people write JUnit tests.
 
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Thank you. I have heard about CruiseControl in connection with continouos integration. It's a good opportunity to take a look at it.
 
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