I'am used to run the E2E test couple of times a day during development... Today It suddenly skips all my test and all my spec files register.e2e-spec.ts

I didn't do any changes or updates on my spec files. The only thing was upgrade of nodeJs globally from 8.x to 10.0.0

Here is the output suddenly:

webpack: Compiled successfully. [10:44:40] I/update - chromedriver: file exists /Users/userName/demoapp/30_04/test-app/node_modules/protractor/node_modules/webdriver-manager/selenium/chromedriver_2.38.zip [10:44:40] I/update - chromedriver: unzipping chromedriver_2.38.zip [10:44:41] I/update - chromedriver: setting permissions to 0755 for /Users/userName/demoapp/30_04/test-app/node_modules/protractor/node_modules/webdriver-manager/selenium/chromedriver_2.38 [10:44:41] I/update - chromedriver: chromedriver_2.38 up to date [10:44:41] I/launcher - Running 1 instances of WebDriver [10:44:41] I/local - Starting selenium standalone server... [10:44:42] I/local - Selenium standalone server started at Jasmine started

Executed 0 of 7 specs INCOMPLETE (7 SKIPPED) in 0.015 sec. [10:44:44] I/local - Shutting down selenium standalone server. [10:44:44] I/launcher - 0 instance(s) of WebDriver still running [10:44:44] I/launcher - chrome #01 passed [email protected]:~/demoapp/30_04/test-app$


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Use expect(true).toEqual(true); in the end of your test.

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    Can you elaborate on what this does, and why it might have caused Selenium to skip the tests in the first place?
    – corsiKa
    Dec 1, 2018 at 18:34

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