> It gets my vote too. I'll use it on Commons projects and see if I get
> complaints etc.

I had never even heard of that way of doing the tests - I mean, with a
built in failure message thing - until recently when somebody suggested
it as a PMD rule.  It's a good idea, although I haven't actually gotten
around to modifying all the PMD unit tests to do that; they all still
use the short version "assert(foo)".


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