We recently published new releases of OpenFastTrace and its Maven and Gradle plugins: OpenFastTrace 3.1.0 OpenFastTrace Maven Plugin 1.1.0 OpenFastTrace Gradle Plugin 0.8.0 OpenFastTrace now supports importing tags from more file types, especially Clojure, Kotlin and Scala. Thanks to @morazow for his contribution! Stay tuned for the next release, Poldi is working on an exporter […]
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Today we released OpenFastTrace 2.2.0. As the main new feature the HTML report now shows a trace summary and a small table-of-contents. Additionally we focused the README on GitHub on OFT users rather than developers and move the developer topics to the new developer guide.
In a recent blog post I wrote about about the migration from JUnit4 to JUnit5 as unit testing framework. Even though the version number increase from 2.0.1 to 2.0.2 might not look like much, it is in fact a major milestone for OpenFastTrace, since from here on writing tests will be faster and more efficient.