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Re: [QF-Test] Grape support

  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Grape support
  • From: Паша <pavel.finkelshtein@?.com>
  • Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2012 19:19:20 +0300

Hello greg

Thank you for your answer.
I've found that it's easy to make grape work - you just need to place ivy.jar into plugins directory. This way is better because all testers should do only one action to make all other libraries work. In other way you should give instructions about any test that uses 3rd party libraries.

You can read more about grape here: http://groovy.codehaus.org/Grape

I think this is good idea to add ivy to standart complectation of QFTest - it's not very heavy and adds ability to create more flexible test scripts.


Финкельштейн П.М.

2012/12/20 Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>

Hello Paul,

I don't know about Grape, but regaring the jexcelapi jar: Have you
tried placing it into QF-Test's plugin directory:


Best regards,

Паша <pavel.finkelshtein@?.com> writes:

> Hello!
> I've just faced problem, that I need external maven library (jexcelapi) to be used in my QF-Test
> script. Of course I can add it to classpath - but classpath is not versioned in out repository
> with tests and also library in git is bad idea.
> So i thought, that Groovy Grape is best possible decision. But it lookls like it doesn't work in
> qf-test. Is there any way to enable Grape support?
> Best, Paul.

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