tap4j is an implementation of the TAP - Test Anything Protocol - for Java. TAP is a standard way to document test execution. There are two main roles in TAP, a producer and a consumer.
The TAP Producer is responsible for producing a TAP Stream. Usually the TAP Stream is written to a file. The following is an example of a TAP Stream.
1..4 ok 1 - Input file opened not ok 2 ok 3 - Read the rest of the file # Yeah, you can comment your TAP Stream not ok 4 - Summarized correctly # TODO Not written yet
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The TAP Consumer read and parses a TAP Stream. The user of the TAP Consumer can then utilize its data to build graphs, integrate systems, log tests executions or produce cool test reports.
For more detailed documentation see Using TAP with Java book.
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JCertif - Make your tests speak TAP, by Bruno P. Kinoshita. September, 2011 - Brazzaville/Congo.