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************************* Hamcrest *************************
--[ What is Hamcrest? ]-------------------------------------
Hamcrest is a library of matchers, which can be combined in
to create flexible expressions of intent in tests.
--[ Binaries ]-----------------------------------------------
Depending on how you intend to use Hamcrest, you should use
different Jars.
* [hamcrest-core.jar]
This is the core API to be used by third-party framework
providers. This includes the a foundation set of matcher
implementations for common operations.
This API is stable and will rarely change. You will need
this library as a minimum.
* [hamcrest-library.jar]
The ever-growing library of Matcher implementations. This
will grow between releases.
* [hamcrest-generator.jar]
A tool to allow many Matcher implementations to be
combined into a single class so users don't have to
remember many classes/packages to import. Generates
* [hamcrest-integration.jar]
Provides integration between Hamcrest and other testing
tools, including JUnit (3 and 4), TestNG, jMock and
Alternatively, if you don't care:
* [hamcrest-all.jar]
Includes all of the above.
For convenience, all the Jars also include source code.
--[ Dependencies ]-------------------------------------------
All libraries in the 'lib' directory are used at build time,
or are optional extras used for tighter integration with
third party libraries.
--[ Documentation ]------------------------------------------
Documentation can be found at:
--[ Source ]-------------------------------------------------
The complete source for Hamcrest is bundled. This includes:
* Matcher core classes [src/core]
* Matcher libary [src/library]
* Matcher integrations [src/integration]
* Syntactic sugar generator [src/generator]
* Unit tests [src/unit-test]
* Ant build file [build.xml]
* Dependencies [lib]
To build, please read BUILDING.txt
- Joe Walnes
- Nat Pryce
- Steve Freeman
- Robert Chatley
- Tom White
- Neil Dunn
- Dan North
- Magne Rasmussen
- David Saff
Also, thanks to everyone who has worked on DynaMock, nMock,
jMock, EasyMock and MiniMock! These libraries inspired
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