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Merge "Add METADATA to hamcrest: BSD+Apache2=NOTICE" am: f02197f28c Change-Id: I42705142aa37b7bb5369f35dce0b442a74f391cd
Licensed under BSD License.
Hamcrest is a library of matchers, which can be combined in to create flexible expressions of intent in tests. They've also been used for other purposes.
You can obtain Hamcrest binaries from maven central, or from [google code downloads].
For Hamcrest extension projects see the hamcrest extensions page.
Documentation can be found on the Hamcrest site.
If you find an issue with Java Hamcrest, please report it via the GitHub issue tracker, after first checking that it hasn't been raised already.
To build, please read BUILDING.txt
Also, thanks to everyone who has worked on DynaMock, nMock, jMock, EasyMock and MiniMock! These libraries inspired Hamcrest.