added simple way to be able to add a stylesheet to the history report
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JUnitBenchmarks --------------- Simple Java microbenchmarks written as JUnit tests. See JavaDoc and http://labs.carrotsearch.com/junit-benchmarks.html for more info. Contributors and bug reports ---------------------------- Julien Eluard Neil Prosser Dominik Drzewiecki [github: drzewo] Steven Swor [github: sworisbreathing] Vladimir Miguro [github: trnl] Development ----------- mvn clean # Clean the working copy. mvn install -DskipTests # Quick compile, no tests. mvn -Prelease # Release mode (javadocs, sources, zip/tgz bundles, gpg signing). # Results in: target/*.tgz Release ------- mvn -Prelease clean deploy # Snapshot or release deploy to sonatype [requires proper setup in settings.xml] MySQL Testing -------------------------- The MySQL unit test runs an embedded instance of MySQL, listening on a random port. However, the test is disabled under the default build profile, and is only executed when the `tests-include-mysql` profile is active. This is done for two reasons: 1. Running an embedded instance of mysql as part of a maven build requires `mysql-connector-mxj-db-files`, which is around 133MB in size. By moving the test to a different profile, we are able to skip downloading this (very large) dependency, unless the user explicitly specifies that he wants to use it. 2. Running an automated task which opens up a random port can cause problems with firewalls or other applications, and opening up a port introduces potential security problems. The port is not opened under the default build profile.