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The results of a test run can be transformed for use by other programs, either by specifying command-line parameters or using the chutzpah.json settings file.
On the command line, the name of the transformer to run is a command-line switch. For example, to run the JUnit transformer:
chutzpah.console.exe ... /junit output.xml
In the settings file, the transformers to run are configured via the Transforms setting.
|junit||Outputs results to a JUnit-style XML file|
|jacoco||Outputs results to a Jacoco-style XML file|
|emm||Outputs results to a Emma-style XML file|
|lcov||Outputs results as LCOV data for further processing|
|trx||Output results to a Visual Studio Trx file|
|nunit2||Output results to NUnit-style XML file|
|coveragehtml||Outputs the default Chutzpah coverage HTML|
|coveragejson||Outputs the default Chutzpah coverage JSON|