Assert.Ignore()'s being marked as failed tests.

Self explanatory, do you guys think you can make Ignore'd tests come up
in Yellow instead of Red or Green?

Thanks,
-Greg

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PLease clarify what did you mean

Currently, tests marked with "Ignore" attributes are painted with yellow
mark and aren't processed

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"Greg Fodor" <greg@parature.com> wrote in message
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Self explanatory, do you guys think you can make Ignore'd tests come up in
Yellow instead of Red or Green?

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Thanks,
-Greg



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Yes, but if you do an Assert.Ignore() it throws an Ignore exception,
which is marked as red (different than Ignore attribute)

-Greg

Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains) wrote:

PLease clarify what did you mean

Currently, tests marked with "Ignore" attributes are painted with yellow
mark and aren't processed

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Thank you. This isuue will be fixed shortly

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Eugene Pasynkov
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"Greg Fodor" <greg@parature.com> wrote in message
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Yes, but if you do an Assert.Ignore() it throws an Ignore exception, which
is marked as red (different than Ignore attribute)

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-Greg

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Eugene Pasynkov (JetBrains) wrote:

>> PLease clarify what did you mean
>>
>> Currently, tests marked with "Ignore" attributes are painted with yellow
>> mark and aren't processed
>>


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