JDemo provides a framework for demonstrating code for interactive testing. It features many convenience classes and methods that make implementing demos very easy.
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Release Notes: JDemo has been updated to be more compatible and similar to JUnit 4: it contains a new @Demo annotation that can be used to mark methods as demo methods. This release includes a DemoAsTestRunner that can be used to run demos as JUnit 4 tests. The JDemo framework and the Eclipse plugin are now based on JDK 1.6, and contain some minor improvements.
Release Notes: The implementation has been updated to JDK 1.5. It now provides improved compatibility to JUnit 4.4: There is a new JDemoSuiteClassRunner for running demos as JUnit 4.4 tests. Also, a few bugs have been fixed and a new plugin for Eclipse 3.3 (or greater) is available.
Release Notes: This version mainly contains usability improvements: After startup the first demo case in the tree is selected automatically. Some of the actions from the context menus are now also available in the 'Edit' menu and have keyboard shortcuts assigned to them. The release also contains important bugfixes, such as for a bug where DemoRunner froze while the SWT demo shell was on the screen.
Release Notes: This release adds a manager for Look-and-Feels. JDemo now allows annotations when run on JRE1.5.
Release Notes: Error messages in Ant tasks have been improved. The source path uses the correct path separator. Examples have been updated, and there are minor bugfixes.