test -z $(git ls-files --modified)command is to check whether bsp4j/xtend was called by the user before commit, but on my PC it returns success
.travis.yml, please don't merge it for a moment
jvmRunEnvironment, which was a follow up of our discussions on
jvmRunEnvironmentwhen we decided, we want to have these two environment endpoints separate. In case if you'd like to merge them to a sigle
jvmEnvironmentinstead, please just let me know.
Hey folks, so I'm looking at https://github.com/build-server-protocol/build-server-protocol/blob/master/docs/specification.md#test-request
I'm maintaining a (niche) test framework and find myself having to implement an Intellij plugin to satisfy some users that really really want to run tests by clicking on buttons. A coworker and myself have come up with a hacky way for intellij to detect individual tests, which works short term but feels crap (ie I'd rather not do that for every single ide/editor)
Is there some sort of test-framework agnostic piece of the protocol for test discovery ? IE, currently metals lets me run test suites from the editor, I assume by tapping directly into https://github.com/sbt/test-interface to detect what is a suite. Would it make sense for BSP to contain semantics for the test framework to return test names/locations to the editor, for it to display relevant UI elements ?