getApplicationContext returns null in test case (unless you sleep first)

by Dianne Hackborn » Thu, 05 Mar 2009 03:58:08 GMT


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 You are calling this while the app is running, and it hasn't finished
initializing.

Generally you should be very careful about directly touching app objects
like this from tests, since the test is running in a separate thread.  There
are APIs to allow you to run code on the main thread to access its objects.






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