This extension will enable you to run Karate Tests and open Build Reports from Codelens and Activity Bar.
A Codelens will be added above each
A Karate Activity Bar will be added to VSCode. Clicking on the Activity Bar will reveal a
Note: Karate Features and Scenarios marked with exclusions such as
Please make sure you are running VSCode version 1.31.0 or greater. (Required)
Please make sure you are using Karate version 0.9.3 or greater in your Karate projects. (Required)
Goto the following path to configure this extension
0.3.3 - Remove
0.3.2 - Resolve task execution issue introduced in vscode 1.37 with workaround.
0.3.1 - Add option to specify entire karate.jar(Standalone) command in settings.
0.3.0 - Remove reliance on tests having to exist under
0.2.0 - Add
0.1.3 - Hide tests that are commented from Codelens and Activity Bar. Remember last Karate Runner when using
0.1.2 - Connect to Github Repo.
0.1.1 - Resolve project dependencies missing when publishing.
0.1.0 - Add support for Gradle and Maven. Please note the first pom.xml(Maven) or build.gradle(Gradle) found when traversing backwards from the *.feature file being tested will be used to run all Maven and Gradle commands. This will also constitute your project root directory. Add support to automatically open any file(s) once tests finish running. For example you may want specific html reports to automatically load into a browser. Add a Karate Activity Bar to VSCode to enable management of build reports and tests in a central location.
0.0.3 - Remove requirement to specify a regular expression to determine where to show a Codelens. A Codelens will now be shown above every
0.0.2 - Remove requirement for terminal to be set to the pom.xml directory prior to clicking on a Codelens. We now traverse backwards from feature file until a pom.xml is found and call Maven with it.
0.0.1 - Initial release.