TestDox

Compatible with  IntelliJ IDEA
15.05.2014
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Provides enhanced navigation and live documentation for unit tested code. Never write a badly named test again!

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Bugs Fixed:
 -  TESTDOX-30 - Set default test naming scheme to @Test for JUnit 4 and TestNG

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IntelliJ IDEA 12 running on Java 1.6
17.03.2016
My first interaction with this plugin: - IndexNotReadyException on startup - Link in bug reporter pointing to project page is broken - Google search turns up this page where the link pointing to the bug tracker is broken ... Maybe this used to be a great plugin, I have no idea. Right now, it isn't. (To add insult to injury: THIS website fails to post my comment with a HTTP 500, and the highly informative message of "Unfortunately something went wrong", after I register, making me type it twice.)
18.11.2008
Does not work well with other testing frameworks, even if they are based on JUnit. For example it does not recognize JDave's (http://www.jdave.org/) tests at all. The plugin should find the test methods based on the tests run by IDEA, and not by some naming conventions.
Anonymous
07.05.2008
Support for JUnit 4.0?
Anonymous
07.05.2008
Support for JUnit 4.0?
Anonymous
12.02.2008
I can't create test class..
i am using IntelliJ IDEA 7.0.2 ..
plz help, with steps to create ,run test
30.05.2007
My favorite plugin.
26.05.2006
to Anonymous:
- yes it might be a problem that they overlap and not "complement" eachother(that would be in an ideal world)
- it is indeed confusing (I was confused myself too).
- it requires many improvements (well, what plug-in does not?)

but, NO, it should not be only one test plug-in: concurrence is very healty.

IMHO the Struts plug-ins are the best example for this. They solved this by making a comparison matrix, so IMHO this is exactly what the test plug-ins also need, to avoid confusion and clarify things:
http://www.intellij.org/twiki/bin/view/Main/StrutsPluginsFeaturesOverview

So IMHO because:
- this plug-in has all the fields filled
- it comes with sources, so everyone can participate in improving it.
- the authors respond very fast (not like those from other plug-ins)
- to encourrage them keep up the good work and improve it further,

This plug-in deserves IMHO the maximum rating possible.
Anonymous
25.05.2006
Been using Testdox plugin for a long time. It's one of those tools that 'Just works'.
Anonymous
16.05.2006
I don't consider this plug-in deserves the highest ranking possible. It needs much work and better integration into the IDE. For now it's presence into the IDE its too "invasive".
It is also very bad that there are so many "test" plug-ins that have partially overlapping features, confusing strongly the user. There should be only one test plug-in, but that should be good.
Maybe after many improvements ...
16.04.2006
Excellent plugin which is invaluable when working with unit tests. Especially useful for it's test navigation and test creation features.
16.04.2006
Yes, I co-wrote it but I also use it every day both at work and on other projects.
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