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You can run Maven in dry run mode, so it will perform the maven test lifecycle, but without executing the tests: mvn release:prepare -DdryRun=true Then you can pipe the output into grep to look for the pattern that contains the info you are looking for.


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There are plenty. For example, if integrating with Jenkins, there's the Selenium HTML Report which allows you to drill down in the summary as well.


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Your java is defined as a folder and not package try defining it as package and calling java.uk.co... if you see the folder color scheme , it shows that green means the folder is test source ; https://www.jetbrains.com/help/idea/content-roots.html#adding_content_root if you scroll down you can see its not java but test folder needs to be green color. I am ...


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The Flutter Dart tests are supported out-of-the-box by IntelliJ. Maybe reading this article helps: https://medium.com/flutter/running-unit-tests-as-part-of-your-everyday-flutter-workflow-979970570fd4


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