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2020-06-04
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jr0cket13:06:00

Is it correct that a Cider test report is only created if tests fail? It seems a test report is never generated if tests always pass (not exactly a TDD approach, I appreciate that). Once there has been a failing test, then a test report is updated even if all tests pass successful. I found the auto-completion-enable-sort-by-usage custom variable and this will create and show the report even if tests never fail. https://docs.cider.mx/cider/testing/running_tests.html#display-test-report-on-success Just curious as to if this is the intended way the test report works or if I missed something. Thank you.

jr0cket13:06:00

Is it correct that a Cider test report is only created if tests fail? It seems a test report is never generated if tests always pass (not exactly a TDD approach, I appreciate that). Once there has been a failing test, then a test report is updated even if all tests pass successful. I found the auto-completion-enable-sort-by-usage custom variable and this will create and show the report even if tests never fail. https://docs.cider.mx/cider/testing/running_tests.html#display-test-report-on-success Just curious as to if this is the intended way the test report works or if I missed something. Thank you.

plins14:06:03

this is something that annoys me a bit as well

jr0cket14:06:34

Setting the custom variable, that works for what I am doing. It does seem to make more sense to generate a test report when ever tests are run but only shown the test report buffer on failure.

bozhidar16:06:56

CIDER 0.25 (“Bergamo”) is out! It’s a relatively small release that introduces a couple of improvements and fixes a several long-standing and quite annoying bugs. Check out the release notes for details https://github.com/clojure-emacs/cider/releases/tag/v0.25.0 Cheers! cider

phil63821:06:22

Hey, I'm a bit behind on cljr, is there cljs support yet?

phil63821:06:34

I'm interested in renaming symbols at the mo.

dpsutton21:06:48

i don't believe so

phil63821:06:38

It'll teach me for naming them poorly in the first place.