We’re excited to announce a major update to BlueRacer, the tool that helps you keep your unit tests fast and efficient.
One of the key features of BlueRacer is the ability to track the performance of your unit tests and identify any that may be slowing down your workflow. In the past, we supported this feature by exporting test durations to a
test_durations.csv file, which was great for Python projects using pytest.
However, we wanted to make sure that BlueRacer was accessible to people using other languages and test runners, too. That’s why we’re excited to announce that we now support the industry standard `junit.xml` format for test duration tracking.
This means that regardless of the language or test runner you’re using, you can now track the performance of your unit tests with BlueRacer. Simply configure your test runner to output the
junit.xml"report file, and BlueRacer will be able to track and display test durations on your Pull Requests.
We hope this update makes it even easier for you to keep your unit tests fast!