Class TearDownOnVmCrash

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    junit.framework.TestListener, JUnitResultFormatter, JUnitTaskMirror.JUnitResultFormatterMirror

    public class TearDownOnVmCrash
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements JUnitResultFormatter
    Formatter that doesn't create any output but tries to invoke the tearDown method on a testcase if that test was forked and caused a timeout or VM crash.

    This formatter has some limitations, for details see the <junit> task's manual.

    Since:
    Ant 1.8.0
    • Method Summary

      All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods 
      Modifier and Type Method Description
      void addError​(junit.framework.Test fakeTest, java.lang.Throwable t)
      Only invoke tearDown if the suite is known and not the dummy test we get when a Batch fails and the error is an actual error generated by Ant.
      void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test, java.lang.Throwable t)  
      void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test, junit.framework.AssertionFailedError t)  
      void endTest​(junit.framework.Test test)  
      void endTestSuite​(JUnitTest suite)
      The whole testsuite ended.
      void setOutput​(java.io.OutputStream out)
      Sets the stream the formatter is supposed to write its results to.
      void setSystemError​(java.lang.String err)
      This is what the test has written to System.err
      void setSystemOutput​(java.lang.String out)
      This is what the test has written to System.out
      void startTest​(junit.framework.Test test)  
      void startTestSuite​(JUnitTest suite)
      Records the suite's name to later determine the class to invoke tearDown on.
      • Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

        clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
    • Constructor Detail

      • TearDownOnVmCrash

        public TearDownOnVmCrash()
    • Method Detail

      • startTestSuite

        public void startTestSuite​(JUnitTest suite)
        Records the suite's name to later determine the class to invoke tearDown on.
        Specified by:
        startTestSuite in interface JUnitResultFormatter
        Parameters:
        suite - the suite.
      • addError

        public void addError​(junit.framework.Test fakeTest,
                             java.lang.Throwable t)
        Only invoke tearDown if the suite is known and not the dummy test we get when a Batch fails and the error is an actual error generated by Ant.
        Specified by:
        addError in interface junit.framework.TestListener
      • addFailure

        public void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test,
                               java.lang.Throwable t)
      • addFailure

        public void addFailure​(junit.framework.Test test,
                               junit.framework.AssertionFailedError t)
        Specified by:
        addFailure in interface junit.framework.TestListener
      • startTest

        public void startTest​(junit.framework.Test test)
        Specified by:
        startTest in interface junit.framework.TestListener
      • endTest

        public void endTest​(junit.framework.Test test)
        Specified by:
        endTest in interface junit.framework.TestListener
      • setSystemOutput

        public void setSystemOutput​(java.lang.String out)
        Description copied from interface: JUnitResultFormatter
        This is what the test has written to System.out
        Specified by:
        setSystemOutput in interface JUnitResultFormatter
        Parameters:
        out - the string to write.
      • setSystemError

        public void setSystemError​(java.lang.String err)
        Description copied from interface: JUnitResultFormatter
        This is what the test has written to System.err
        Specified by:
        setSystemError in interface JUnitResultFormatter
        Parameters:
        err - the string to write.