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This file is included in the "Java Source Code Warehouse" project. The intent of this project is to help you "Learn Java by Example" TM.

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<project name="Selenium Javascript Build" default="run_jsunit_tests" basedir=".">

	<!-- global properties -->
	<property name="JSUnitHome" value="${basedir}/jsunit"/>
	<property name="WebServerPort" value="8000"/> 
    <path id="JSUnitClassPath">
        <fileset dir="${JSUnitHome}/java/lib">
            <include name="*.jar"/>
        <fileset dir="${JSUnitHome}/java/bin">
            <include name="jsunit.jar"/>
	<!-- Private independant targets -->

	<target name="-start_web_server" >
    	<exec executable="startWebServer.bat" spawn="true" />
    	<waitfor maxwaitunit="second" maxwait="5" timeoutproperty="webserver.timeout">
    	     <http url="http://localhost:${WebServerPort}"/>
    	<fail message="Timed out waiting for http://localhost:${WebServerPort}" if="webserver.timeout"/>

    <target name="-stop_web_server" description="Stops a web server">
    	<exec executable="stopWebServer.bat"  />
	<target name="-execute_jsunit_tests">
		<property name="JSUnitServerPort" value="8080"/> 
		<!-- TODO : Make this locally configurable without needing to hack build.xml -->
		<property name="browserFileNames" value="c:\program files\Mozilla Firefox\firefox.exe,c:\program files\internet explorer\iexplore.exe"/>
		<property name="JSUnitSuitePath"  value="/tests/jsUnitSuite.html"/>
		<property name="JSUnitTestRunnerPath"  value="/jsunit/testRunner.html"/>
		<!-- TODO: Theres a lot of moving parts here!
		         - The JSUnit testrunner and the tests themselves are served to the browser by the (python) webserver
		         - The Browser communicates with the build via a JSUnit server running on jetty
		   - consolidate to one webserver?
		   - Get runner and tests from the filesystem instead?
		<property name="testUrl" value="http://localhost:${WebServerPort}${JSUnitTestRunnerPath}?testPage=http://localhost:${WebServerPort}${JSUnitSuitePath}&autoRun=true&submitresults=localhost:${JSUnitServerPort}/jsunit/acceptor"/>

        <junit showoutput="true" failureproperty="JSUnitTestsFailed">
            <classpath refid="JSUnitClassPath"/>
            <sysproperty key="browserFileNames" value="${browserFileNames}"/>
            <sysproperty key="url" value="${testUrl}"/>
            <sysproperty key="port" value="${JSUnitServerPort}"/>
            <sysproperty key="logsDirectory" value="jsunit-logs"/>
            <test name="net.jsunit.StandaloneTest"/>
	<target name="-check_for_jsunit_failure">
    	<fail message="One or more JSUnit Tests Failed" if="JSUnitTestsFailed"/>
    <!-- Dependancy Targets -->
	<target name="--run_jsunit_tests" depends=" -start_web_server, -execute_jsunit_tests, -stop_web_server, -check_for_jsunit_failure"/>
	<!-- Public Targets -->
	<target name="run_jsunit_tests" description="Runs selenium JSUnit tests" depends="--run_jsunit_tests"/>
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