You run your tests from Eclipse, right? Could you try to run mvn test on
the command line after deleting your repo? This downloads all the missing
jars to your local repository and then executes the test. Afterwards it's
green when run in Eclipse as well.
You may also try updating the maven dependencies form the IDE, but on my
host it failed with another error - Arquillian can't find a manifest or
The bottom line is - when you delete the repo - run maven build prior to
running the test from Eclipse.
P.S. I tested that on Windows 7. Didn't really have the time to try it on
On Thu, Mar 29, 2012 at 10:39 AM, Koen Aers <koen.aers(a)gmail.com> wrote:
I have spent quite some time trying to get the test suite to run on
Windows. A very annoying problem is the \r\n sequence to end the lines.
However, there is something else…
After applying the fixes that gastaldi and myself created the tests ran on
my Windows 7 box. There was still a problem with the following test on
It turned out that the expected dependency on cdi is not found. I was
puzzled why this worked on Windows 7 and not on Windows XP, so I deleted
the local Maven repo and behold… it also failed (again) on Windows 7. Don't
know if we need to be glad or sad about this though but it seems to be a
missing Maven dependency in the repo. Also with a debugger attached I can
see a ClassNotFoundException somewhere deep in the callstack (I cannot see
exactly where because of the Weld proxies) for the class
Does anybody have any idea or suggestions about this?
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