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BeforeAll throws AbstractMethodError when working with Junit Jupiter M5 #440
I am using IntelliJ 2017.2.1 which requires me to work with JUnit 5 Milestone 5.
This looks like a compatibilty problem of jMockit with Juptiter M5 to me.
I apologize if this counts as non-reproducible or is not actually related to jmockit.
Here are the relevant parts of my pom.xml:
This is the full stacktrace of the error:
@matthieusb That's strange. For me, the update fixed the issue and worked well with JUnit 5 Milestone 5 as well as the version 5.0.0.
That's probably not the reason but have you checked which JUnit version is bundled with IntelliJ?