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Unitee is a Java testing framework and application used to build effective test cases in Java, as an alternative to JUnit. Unlike JUnit, management of the test data and the building of test cases and test suites are done outside the scope of the test case, allowing the test case to be cleanly written and reused. The project goals are configurability - seperation of the test case code from the test data, developer productivity - very little overhead for test cases' code, keeping test management seperate from test cases theselves, and test case reusability.


Recent releases

  •  27 Aug 2001 19:51

    Release Notes: A client/server architecture has been added that lets Unitee clients manage and run tests on a central server (for that task, an RMI-like infrastructure was written from scratch). This release contains architectural client/server separation, a rearrenged directory structure, and improvements in code readability and documentation. There are minor user interface enhancements in the client.

    •  18 Feb 2001 12:03

      Release Notes: A major packaging problem that left out sevral needed classes has been fixed.

      •  10 Feb 2001 09:23

        Release Notes: This release fixes a problem which caused the XML file to not be created on the first use, as well as improved site documentation.

        •  08 Feb 2001 10:58

          No changes have been submitted for this release.


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