Java News from Wednesday, April 8, 2009

David Peterson has released Concordion 1.3.1, an open source acceptance testing framework based on JUnit and XHTML. If I'm reading this right, tests are written in XHTML, but fixtures are written in a JUnit test case. The XHTML becomes a runnable specification. The piece that itches me a little is the fixture is written in Java os that the test specification is really split over two files, one in Java and one in XHTML. I'd prefer to hyave a test case completely contained in one file, be it Java or XHTML, even if this involves embedding Java in XHTML or vice versa.