I ran into this really strange error the other day while using Eclipse. I had been creating some JUnit tests, and everything was going just fine. Then I tried to create another one, and I saw the dialog below with the error message, Superclass does not implement the ‘junit.framework.Test’ interface.

Eclipse 'Create JUnit Test Case' error screenshot

The JUnit JAR file was in my classpath, so I was befuddled for a minute or two. After searching around I discovered that I had accidentally deleted the JRE System Library from my project Java Build Path. After I restored that, everything worked fine.

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