Two new tools within Launchable CLI, allowing you to inspect subset requests and test results with ease.
Updates to our existing plugins, making it easier to collaborate with teammates in the Launchable dashboard.
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Halloween month brings us two new tools within Launchable CLI, allowing you to inspect subset requests and test results with ease. We’ve also updated our existing plugins, and made it easier to collaborate with teammates in the Launchable dashboard:
After you request a subset with launchable subset, the Launchable CLI now outputs a tip to run launchable inspect subset --subset-id <SUBSET ID>. This command returns detailed information about the subset request/response that can be useful for debugging your subset integration. You can check whether a test was included in the subset request (to make sure all your tests were passed into launchable subset) and whether that test was prioritized for the subset or left for the remainder.
You can also see Launchable’s estimated duration for a test; this is calculated based on historical data and is a key input into test prioritization. Just update to v1.27.0+ to take advantage of this feature.
Similarly, after you submit your test reports with launchable report tests, the Launchable CLI now outputs a tip to run launchable inspect tests --test-session-id <TEST SESSION ID>. This command returns the full results that were submitted, which you can use to verify that all of your test reports were passed into launchable record tests (CLI v1.28.0).
Inspect Test Results with the Launchable CLI
We’ve continued iterating on our existing plugins. Our integration for Python’s nose test runner now supports split subsets for parallel runs (nose-launchable v0.4.0), and we added a new --output-regex-files option to the CTest profile to make it easier to pass a subset of tests into CTest invocations (CLI v1.29.0).
You can now invite your teammates to use the Launchable dashboard! Simply generate an invitation link on your workspace’s settings page and then send it to your teammates. They can use this link to create a user account and join your existing workspace.
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