Make JUnit testing Java applications easier with Grester

Grester is an Apache Maven wrapper around Jester that checks code not written in a test-driven manner

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Michael Nyika

Date archived: May 16, 2019 | First published: April 29, 2008

So, you've written a bunch of unit tests. As a developer, you run your tests multiple times per day, especially in a continuous integration environment. But how badly would they break if the sources had to change? When Jester and Maven combine to make Grester, you can quickly find out.

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