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The following solves the problem: test {classpath = project.sourceSets.test.runtimeClasspath + files("${projectDir}/test")} I’m wondering if there’s a better way (ie a way that doesn’t rely on the knowledge that the default ‘classpath’ is ‘project.sourceSets.test.runtimeClasspath’).

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download the external jar file from mvn repository and add it to libs folder. Gradle-project (your project)->libs (inside libs folder paste jar file). if you don't have libs folder just create it. go to build.gradle dependencies { compile files ('libs/your_jar.jar') } reload the gradle project.

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Gradle – add directory to classpath. My application requires that a config directory be available on the classpath when it looks for configurations files under the directory. I currently have dependencies configured like so, though this is probably not the correct way to make a directory available to my application: I am using the application

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With Gradle’s test filtering you can select tests to run based on: A fully-qualified class name or fully qualified method name, e.g. org.gradle.SomeTest, org.gradle.SomeTest.someMethod A simple class name or method name if the pattern starts with an upper-case letter, e.g. SomeTest, SomeTest.someMethod (since Gradle 4.7) '*' wildcard matching

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Many Gradle plugins add pre-defined configurations to your project. The Java plugin, for example, adds configurations to represent the various classpaths it needs for source code compilation, executing tests and the like. See the Java plugin chapter for an example. Figure 1. Configurations use declared dependencies for specific purposes

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Starting with Gradle version 2.13, the plugin provides a direct integration with TestKit. When applied to a project, the plugin automatically adds the gradleTestKit () dependency to the testApi configuration. Furthermore, it automatically generates the classpath for the code under test and More › 254 People Learned More Courses ›› View Course

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I have a Gradle monolith project with around 50 subprojects. I'd like to ensure that the code in each subproject conforms to a specific rule, for example that each class named *Foo is annoted with Bar. I already wrote a test that successfully scans the classpath and asserts the property I'm interested in.

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Workaround that works for me in Eclipse Photon RC2: gradle/gradle#4802 (comment) Unfortunately this doesn't fully work with Buildship. The workaround sets the "test" attribute for the libraries, too, but this doesn't work with Buildship, because with Buildship the classpath doesn't list the individual libraries, but only the "buildship classpath container" that …

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apply plugin: 'java' // adds 'test' task test { // enable testng support (default is junit) usetestng() // set a system property for the test jvm (s) systemproperty 'some.prop', 'value' // explicitly include or exclude tests include 'org/foo/**' exclude 'org/boo/**' // show standard out and standard error of the test jvm (s) on the console …

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To keep the resources on the same level, you should update declaration for the resources and remove model: test { java { srcDir 'tests' } resources { srcDir 'images' } } You might also need to run. ./gradlew clean. before it works. Here's the result with the updated build.gradle: Hope it …

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What are Gradle plugin configurations??

Every configuration can be identified by a unique name. Many Gradle plugins add pre-defined configurations to your project. The Java plugin, for example, adds configurations to represent the various classpaths it needs for source code compilation, executing tests and the like.

How to group test methods in a Gradle file??

You can use the following code snippet in build.gradle file to group test methods − The Test class has an include and exclude method. These methods can be used to specify, which tests should actually be run. The sample build.gradle file as shown below it shows different configuration options.

How to use test class name irrespective of its package in Gradle??

Prior to 4.7 or if the pattern doesn’t start with an uppercase letter, Gradle treats the pattern as fully-qualified. So if you want to use the test class name irrespective of its package, you would use --tests *.SomeTestClass. Here are some more examples:

How to declare a dependency on the testkit API of Gradle??

You can declare a dependency on the TestKit API of the current version of Gradle by using the DependencyHandler.gradleTestKit () method. This is useful for writing and executing functional tests for Gradle plugins and build scripts. Example 14.

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