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org.junit.jupiter:junit-jupiter-api

Module "junit-jupiter-api" of JUnit 5.


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Code coverage using JaCoCo for the latest build is available on Codecov.

A code coverage report can also be generated locally via the Gradle Wrapper by executing ./gradlew -Ptesting.enableJaCoCo clean jacocoRootReport. The results will be available in build/reports/jacoco/jacocoRootReport/html/index.html.

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The remote Build Cache is enabled by default for everyone so that local builds can reuse task outputs from previous CI builds.

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You need JDK 21 to build JUnit 5. Gradle toolchains are used to detect and potentially download additional JDKs for compilation and test execution.

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