On 5/30/2013 4:24 PM, Anil Saldhana wrote:
Right, Jason. It is not just Bill. I need Undertow as my embedded
container for junit testing. Currently I use Jetty.
I'm currently using Jetty for my servlet integration tests but am going
to switch to using Wildfly as soon as the next JBoss Modules is released
and shipped with Wildfly. The "mavenized modules" feature I added to
JBoss Modules allows you to run unit tests without having to extract
170m of jboss distro with each maven module you're are testing with.
I've already prototyped it and it works pretty good. Its a little
slower than Jetty, specifically in the shutdown phase, but its good
enough to be able to replace jetty.
It will also be cool to replace the TJWS micro-servlet container I use
for in-browser unit testing. But Undertow is going to have to beat the
sub-microsecond startup and shutdown time of TJWS for me to replace it.
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