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VS Code reports test status incorrectly when classname ends with IT #381

boyarsky opened this Issue Nov 4, 2018 · 1 comment


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boyarsky commented Nov 4, 2018

When using Maven, it is common to use * as the test class name to show it is an integration test. (vs an unit test). The failsafe plugin recommends this convention.

I wrote a very simple JUnit 5 integration tests class with one passing test and one failing test. In the Java editor, VS Code correctly shows a green check for the "good" test and a red check for the "bad" test. However, it shows both tests as skipped in the test reports list. It also shows zero tests as run on the bottom of the screen.

VS Code does behave properly if I rename my test from JeanneIT to JeanneTest. The test results and bottom bar both acknowledge the tests were run.


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boyarsky commented Nov 4, 2018

Note. When I saw another issue (#344) had a problem with the Maven plugin, I tried disabling that plugin. It solved #344 but not this one (#381). Mentioning so nobody wastes time going down that alley.

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