Thanks Mehdi for considering this, thats a +1 from me. This will require some work. A quick search on the subject of 3 to 4 migration yielded quite a few guides that pointed out some pitfalls. A general recommendation, for instance, is not to mix JUnit 3 and 4 conventions, e.g. est classes should not extend TestCase as this will instruct the framework to adopt JUnit 3 behavior.
Unfortunately I could not find a defacto migration guide on the JUnit site, and I have no good reason to link to any other guide without evaluating in detail. If another member of our community has made the transition on another project and can offer advice, or perhaps can I point us to useful resources, this would be most welcomed! Thanks, Peter On Wed, Sep 14, 2011 at 10:16 AM, mehdi houshmand <med1...@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Guys, > > I want to propose an upgrade of our test system to JUnit 4, the > benefits of upgrading can be found on plenty of blogs , but I just > wanted to get a feel of what everyone thought? For those that aren't > familiar with JUnit 4, it is backward compatible, so that may > alleviate some migration worries. > >  http://weblogs.java.net/blog/fabianocruz/archive/2006/06/junit_4_you.html > > Mehdi >