That's very unfortunate. Can you guys explain to me what exactly the problems are? Maybe I can help. It is very helpful to simply run a single test under JUnit control directly from Eclipse. I simply have to specify the test case I want to run in the system properties and off I go.
On 21.12.2005 09:34:07 Simon Pepping wrote: > On Mon, Dec 19, 2005 at 08:52:59PM +0100, Jeremias Maerki wrote: > > > > On 19.12.2005 20:06:26 Vincent Hennebert wrote: > > > Moreover my patched Fop still doesn't pass the unitary tests. I'm trying > > > to > > > figure out what is going on but so far I've spent more time fighting > > > against > > > Eclipse to make the debugger work on the junit system than searching for > > > errors. > > > Not sure yet if I've won. > > > > Hmm, so far I've had no problems debugging inside Eclipse's JUnit > > environment. > > I try to avoid it by running fop directly with the XSL stylesheet > test/layoutengine/testcase2fo.xsl, or I even generate the FO using > this stylesheet. > > Maybe unnecessary, but if you are not so experienced with eclipse, you > can have a hard time to make it do what you want. Avoiding JUnit in > the debugging process helps me. > > Simon > > -- > Simon Pepping > home page: http://www.leverkruid.nl Jeremias Maerki