I don’t know why I haven’t blogged on this before but that’s it, I was added as a developer of the JMUnit project three weeks ago. I posted in the JMUnit forum about the patch I made to avoid the
TestSuite execution problem and four days after I was discussing JMUnit 2 features with Carl A. Meijer (one of the administrators of JMUnit). Carl was kind enough to contact me, suggest me how to enhance the patch runners and include me as a member of the project. Not only I am enjoying working on JMUnit but I am also learning a lot in the process. Thank you Carl!
JMUnit 2 looks promising and JMUnit 1 users will love the new release. It will include new features, solve known problems, as the
TestSuite execution one, be more convenient to use and, besides that, porting your old tests will be plain and simple. The code is almost finished and the delay in releasing it will lie in the proof-of-concept plug-ins we want to include for Eclipse and NetBeans.
Hopefully, you will be able to use JMUnit 2 soon.