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I have Java 1. Here is pom, dependnacy tree as well as compilation debugging messages: Kepler is the latest.
I have set junit 4.
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So you need to set your version to 4. The following is a list of test dependencies for this project.
Claus Sluterweg WS Haarlem http: Thanks Kalpak for response. On Wed, at The following is a list of compile dependencies for this project. Maven is downloading older version of junit. Mar 17 '15 at 6: Now I want to move to junit 4.
It is present in storage location of nexus file system. I would personally go with both the dependency based pom and an archetype which imports it. Make sure you don't have the "bad" version of version 4. That could have been fine, but why is it not compiling. You can anyway try dependency: Omoro 7 You can always override versions if you need too.
I don't think plugin downloading a Junit dependency is any problem? A couple of things to try: These dependencies are only required to compile and run unit tests for the application: Search everywhere only in this topic.
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Project Transitive Dependencies The following is a list of transitive dependencies for this project. Get a newer version junit-3.1.jar Eclipse?
These dependencies are required to compile and run the application: The following is a list of transitive dependencies for this project. The issue is that compilation fails when I try to use anything specific to junit 4.
Transitive dependencies are the dependencies of the project dependencies.