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Oct 10, 2012
…oid versions. Added reflection/fallback around getExternalFilesDir. Also tweaked the example to work on the emulator (the hardcoded path assumes the mount point of external storage).
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Android JUnit Report Example Project ==================================== Introduction ------------ This directory contains a sample project that illustrates how to use Android JUnit Report with Ant. The project itself is a default one create by the android tool, with a simple test project under the tests/ subdirectory. Files Of Interest ----------------- The only source files of interest are: * tests/ant.properties: sets the test.runner property to use the custom runner. * tests/custom_rules.xml: defines targets that use the custom test runner. Once you run some tests you will see reports in: * tests/bin/reports Running ------- To try out the sample, first build the main application, then run the test-and-fetch target in the tests/subdirectory: $ ant debug install $ cd tests $ ant test-and-fetch You should see the report at tests/bin/reports/junit-report.xml. You can also try a target with custom arguments: $ ant custom-location which fetches a report to the same directory, but with the test suite name included. This latter example requires the device to have external storage mounted. It also assumes that such storage is mounted at /sdcard, which is not always true (you can simply edit the path in the custom rules file to match your device if necessary). More Information ---------------- For more information, refer to: * The top-level README (in the directory above this one). * The official project home page: http://zutubi.com/source/projects/android-junit-report/