carrotsearch-randomizedtesting 2.1.17-1 source package in Ubuntu


carrotsearch-randomizedtesting (2.1.17-1) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Team upload.
  * New upstream release
    - Refreshed the patches
  * Depend on libasm-java (>= 5.0) instead of libasm4-java
  * Build with the DH sequencer instead of CDBS
  * No longer remove the Maven 3 prereq
  * Improved the package description
  * Updated the Homepage field
  * Standards-Version updated to 3.9.8
  * Fixed the Vcs-* fields
  * debian/copyright: Added the Files-Excluded field to filter the tarball

 -- Emmanuel Bourg <email address hidden>  Tue, 04 Oct 2016 14:12:44 +0200

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libcarrotsearch-randomizedtesting-java: Randomized testing infrastructure for JUnit, Ant and Maven

 Inspired by the Apache Lucene project's infrastructure, this project brings
 a refactored, stand-alone runner for JUnit 4.x tests, which encapsulates
 built-in repeatable randomized tests, threading and timeout control, parameter
 factories, thread execution groups and more. Everything is JUnit compatible
 and works in any IDE.
 On top of that, the project comes with Ant and Maven integration allowing
 execution of tests in concurrent isolated JVMs, load-balancing and multiple
 options for reporting, including attractive reports and results visualizations.