JUnit Testing Framework
Codio provides a simple way to execute JUnit tests for Java in your project.
To use JUnit, your project requires Java and so should
- either use the Java 8 stack
- or you should have manually installed Java in your box
- or install from Tools>Install Software. See Installing Software Packages for more information
Open the JUnit dialog Tools->JUnit or use the Shift+Alt+J hotkey. Then configure the
- Source path is the location of the student source code
- Test source path is the location of the test cases source folder
- Library path is the path to any libraries used by the student application
- Working directory is the path where the compiled student code should execute
All paths are relative to the root of the workspace folder.
Individual test cases can be added
- by specifying the paths to a file with JUnit tests in the add test case fields
- or by dragging and dropping the file into the JUnit tab.
The default timeout for JUnit execution is 30 seconds but you can change this as required in user or project preferences. You can also change the default hotkey to access JUnit if required as well
To ensure that the same settings apply to students may use the project within a class, we would recommend you change this as a project preference
You can Execute the tests from the JUnits Execution tab. Once completed, the results will be listed below.
If you publish your project as a unit to a class, the JUnit configurations you set up will be included in the Unit for students.