RubyMine Kusunoki EAP: New UI for Testing
Monday may not be your favourite day of the week, but we hope our weekly EAP builds make Mondays a little more pleasant for you. Welcome the next RubyMine Kusunoki EAP build 142.4675.
New UI for Testing
RubyMine inherits a lot of new features from the platform as all our IntelliJ-based IDEs actually do. Today we want to tell about one of the features that comes from IntelliJ – the new UI for testing.
A separate table with statistics required too much space and you needed to switch it on and off. Now durations are shown right in the tree:
The Sorting icon becomes active after tests have finished:
Export/import of test results and tests history
The test results will be preserved until you close them directly if the tab with the test results is pinned. But it’s very easy to forget to pin it, and you can lose a lot of time on re-running the tests once again. Now the results are saved to the history automatically:
The test results restored from history look the same as those that were actually run and you can export/import the results to/from a file.
Tool window orientation
Because the console was on the right of the tree, horizontal orientation was the only one available. Now if you move the Run tool window to the left or to the right, the UI would be adjusted accordingly:
We hope you’ll enjoy the new UI! You’re welcome to give it a try by downloading the new build, and share your feedback with us here in the comments.
Develop with pleasure!
JetBrains RubyMine Team
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