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Java - Ant tags/keywords

buildexception, exception, exception, execute, execute, executestreamhandler, myrpm, myrpm, rpm, rpm, rpmtest, testcase

The source code

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import junit.framework.TestCase;

public class RpmTest extends TestCase {

    public void testShouldThrowExceptionWhenRpmFails() throws Exception {
        Rpm rpm = new MyRpm();
        // execute
        try {
            fail("should have thrown a build exception");
        } catch (BuildException ex) {
                       .indexOf("' failed with exit code 2") != -1);

    public void testShouldNotThrowExceptionWhenRpmFails() throws Exception {
        Rpm rpm = new MyRpm();

    // override some of the code so we can test the handling of the
    // return code only.
    public static class MyRpm extends Rpm {
        protected Execute getExecute(Commandline toExecute,
                                     ExecuteStreamHandler streamhandler) {
            return new Execute() {
                    public int execute() {
                        // 2 is != 0 and even, so it is considered
                        // failure on any platform currently supported
                        // by Execute#isFailure.
                        return 2;

        public void log(String msg, int msgLevel) {


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