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License BSD-3-Clause
Copyright 2020 incertia
Author Will Song
Maintainer incertia@incertia.net
Category Tool, Unity3D
Home page https://github.com/incertia/unity-testresult-parser#readme
Bug tracker https://github.com/incertia/parser/issues
Uploaded by incertia at 2020-03-07T04:56:26Z
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Unity TestResults Parser

This is a tool to parse Unity test results, designed for use in CI/CD environments.


Following the standard stack procedures should be enough to get you going.

$ stack setup
$ stack build
$ stack exec unity-testresult-parser -- [args] [files]

CLI Options

The parser supports a number of CLI options.

  1. -h,--help: show the help menu
  2. -c,--color=yes|no|auto: colorize the output
    • things that pass (100% passing) are colorized green
    • things that fail (at least one fail) are colorized red
    • if we somehow don't know the result, it is colorized orange
  3. -q,--quiet: only show non-passing results
  4. -s,--summary: print a (maybe) colorized result at the end of the output that counts passes and failures