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Godmar> FAIL: gnu.testlet.java.beans.IntrospectorTest: uncaught exception at number 1 Godmar> I read the README file and try: Godmar> gmake KEYS=java.beans.IntrospectorTest check This precise invocation won't work. This one ought to work: make KEYS='!java. java.beans.IntrospectorTest' However, in this case the choose script wouldn't pick any default tags, and so nothing would be chosen. I've chnaged things so that the default tags are "JDK1.0 JDK1.1". Godmar> So I think maybe it's that SimpleTestHarness that you're Godmar> supposed to use. I read the main function and constructor and Godmar> it appears to take a directory as av and read names from Godmar> stdin. It says it's the source directory, so I'm guessing Godmar> it's gnu/testlet. No, it's the top level source directory. Godmar> java.beans.IntrospectorTest <- I type You should type gnu.java.beans.IntrospectorTest. See the FAIL message at the very beginning. On the command line you specify just `java.foo'. That is just a command-line convenience. The script adds `gnu.testlet' for you. Godmar> FAIL: uncaught exception loading java.beans.IntrospectorTest: java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: java/beans/IntrospectorTest Godmar> Hmm, did I run the tests? No. `uncaught exception loading' means that Class.forName for the testlet or the cast cast failed. Godmar> This is where I give up and think mauve needs either Godmar> improvement, documentation, or both. How do I get mauve to Godmar> run a single test? echo 'gnu.testlet.java.beans.IntrospectorTest' | ./SimpleTestHarness ../mauve Tom