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README.md

GuiceBerry brings the joys of dependency injection to your test cases and test infrastructure. It leverages Guice to accomplish this. It allows you to use a composition model for the services your test needs, rather than the traditional extends MyTestCase approach.

GuiceBerry does not supplant your JUnit testing framework -- it builds on top of it (and works around it, when necessary), so you can run your tests normally, from your favorite command line or IDE environment.

The tutorial for GuiceBerry 3.0 is at:

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