Test NG is designed to cover all categories of tests: unit, functional, end-to-end, integration, etc...
I started Test NG out of frustration for some JUnit deficiencies which I have documented on my weblog here and here Reading these entries might give you a better idea of the goal I am trying to achieve with Test NG.
-startup plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.launcher_1.3.200.v20160318-1642--launcher.library plugins/org.eclipse.equinox.linux.x86_64_1.1.400.v20160518-1444 -product org.product --launcher.default Action open File -showsplash org.eclipse.platform --launcher.default Action open File --launcher.append Vmargs -vmargs -Dosgi.required Java Version=1.8 -XX: Use G1GC -XX: Use String Deduplication -Dosgi.required Java Version=1.8 -Xms256m -Xmx1024m There's no one-size-fits-all solution for this issue as it depends on how much memory you need versus how much memory you have.
You can start by probably doubling the amounts as in the below example and then go from there.
It is recommended that you set the following Eclipse Preferences to the given value.
This is not required but the following options are all there for various reasons: help in debugging, code formatting/style, better IDE performance, etc.
This would normally correspond to the version of Subversion you will be using on the command line.
You should pick the SVNKit implementation (1.7.x or 1.8.x) corresponding to the Subversion workspace data format you wish to use.The Lucene PMC is pleased to announce the release of Apache Lucene 6.4.2 and Apache Solr 6.4.2.The Lucene PMC is pleased to announce the release of Apache Lucene 5.5.4 and Apache Solr 5.5.4.If you switch client versions within Eclipse (under Team -If you are running Mac OS X 10.9.x and have installed the command-line tools from Xcode version 5.0 (both current as of 2014-03-20) then this will provide a Subversion 1.7.x client.The Mac Ports system installs a Subversion 1.8.x client.
They way Intelli J is behaving on different content types just feels natural and uniform.