It will run with whatever combination of Quantum, Glass and Prism you throw at it. If you run it with -Dheadless=true, FXUnit will run with the headless configuration of Monocle (not the VNC configuration, but you could just as well use that instead).
On Jan 30, 2014, at 8:09 PM, Tom Eugelink <t...@tbee.org> wrote: > > Am I to understand that this is using the VNC server? Because I'm not seeing > the tell-tale -D parameters in the gradle.build. Or is this actually running > on-screen? > > Tom > > > On 2014-1-30 18:40, Daniel Blaukopf wrote: >> Hi, >> >> I put up on https://javafx-jira.kenai.com/browse/RT-35396 a draft of what >> our unit tests might look like if we were to run them on top of the real >> Quantum Toolkit instead of StubToolkit. The main problem is how to solve the >> threading: tests that use StubToolkit are all accessing the toolkit and >> scene graph on the main thread, which you can’t do in Quantum. >> >> A webrev is here: >> http://cr.openjdk.java.net/~dblaukop/webrev-20140123-1559-RT-35330/webrev >> It’s not complete. I rewrote some tests to correct the threading, but many >> other problems remain, like that tests call methods on StubToolkit that are >> not part of the Toolkit interface. For a start I’d like feedback on how we >> get around the threading problems in JUnit. >> >> Thanks, >> Daniel > >