[ANN] JtestR 0.3.1 Released

JtestR allows you to test your Java code with Ruby frameworks.

Homepage: http://jtestr.codehaus.org
Download: http://dist.codehaus.org/jtestr

JtestR 0.3.1 is the current release of the JtestR testing tool. JtestR
integrates JRuby with several Ruby frameworks to allow painless testing
of Java code, using RSpec, Test/Unit, Expectations, dust and Mocha.


  • Integrates with Ant, Maven and JUnit
  • Includes JRuby 1.1, Test/Unit, RSpec, Expectations, dust, Mocha and
  • Customizes Mocha so that mocking of any Java class is possible
  • Background testing server for quick startup of tests
  • Automatically runs your JUnit and TestNG codebase as part of the build

Getting started: http://jtestr.codehaus.org/Getting+Started

New in the 0.3.1 release is upgrade of JRuby to revision r7479 which
includes several new Java Integration features, upgrading of
ActiveSupport to 2.1.0, fixing a severe memory leak in the background
server and some minor usability features.

New and fixed in this release:
JTESTR-50 Difference in functionality when stubbing a method on a Java
class vs a Ruby class using mocha
JTESTR-51 Mocking of classes lacking default constructors results in a
JTESTR-53 Push the JtestR JRuby builds to maven repos
JTESTR-56 Upgrade ActiveSupport
JTESTR-57 Make it possible to use local versions of libraries.
JTESTR-59 No output when no tests found.
JTESTR-60 OutOfMemoryError
JTESTR-61 Documentation improvments - ant test-server
JTESTR-62 Having the jtestr.jar in the base directory doesn’t work
JTESTR-63 Update JRuby version

Ola B. (http://ola-bini.blogspot.com)
JRuby Core Developer
Developer, ThoughtWorks Studios (http://studios.thoughtworks.com)
Practical JRuby on Rails (http://apress.com/book/view/9781590598818)

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