This uses the simple mechanism built into TeamCity to provide information about build progress, combined with the test listener mechanism in sbt.
To use, add the following line to a plugins.sbt file in your project directory:
addSbtPlugin("com.gu" % "sbt-teamcity-test-reporting-plugin" % "1.5")
It will do nothing at all when not running under TeamCity, but
when it is running under TeamCity (detected by the presence of the
TEAMCITY_PROJECT_NAME environment variable)
it will report success and failure of executed tests.
These versions are all fairly closely equivalent, just updated to cope with changes in SBT's test interface:
- SBT v0.12 - use plugin v1.3
- SBT v0.13 - use plugin v1.5
The plugin is published to the main SBT plugin repository, so no further configuration should be necessary.
Sbt only reports that a test has been run when it completes. So this plugin has to tell TeamCity at that point that the test has both started and finished: this means TeamCity thinks that all your tests run really fast! Do not be misled...