TestNG 5 is out

TestNG 5.0 is out. I’ll be upgrading to this one pretty much right away. I like the new tags like @BeforeClass and @BeforeMethod (and their corresponeding after annotations) which are a little more suitable than the @Configuration attribute in the previous releases. I had experimented with JUnit 4 a little bit and definitely liked the simpler annotations easier.

Could someone please make these default reports look nicer??? Yes yes, I know I could do it…I’m just hoping someone else would beat me to it.

The other annoying thing in Eclipse is that when I run a test by right clicking on it and running a TestNG test it creates a bunch of reports in the project directory by default. That’s not great default behavior. Why even create them by default when executing from within the Eclipse environment?

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