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JUnit in Action by Ted Husted, Vincent Massol

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Appendix B. Eclipse quick start

This appendix covers

  • Installing Eclipse

  • Setting up the book source code in Eclipse

  • Running JUnit tests in Eclipse

In this appendix, you will learn how to install Eclipse (http://eclipse.org/) and how to run the book’s source code from within the IDE. This appendix is meant as a quick start to get you up and running quickly with Eclipse and with the integrated JUnit.

Installing Eclipse

Installing Eclipse is very simple; the process consists of downloading Eclipse from http://eclipse.org/ and then unzipping it to somewhere on your hard drive. We recommend downloading Eclipse 2.1 or greater. In the remainder of this appendix, we’ll assume Eclipse is installed in [ECLIPSE_HOME] (for example, c:\eclipse-2.1).

Setting up Eclipse ...

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