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I'm trying to write an errorformat for JUnit. Directory structure from cwd is:

unsw/piazza/PiazzaForum.java
unsw/piazza/Thread.java
unsw/test/PiazzaTest.java

Amongst all the cruft outputted by JUnit, relevant output lines looks like: unsw.test.PiazzaTest.testSearchByTag(PiazzaTest.java:50)

I capture this with let &errorformat = '%.%#unsw\.test%.%#(%f:%l)' This expects PiazzaTest.java to be in the cwd when it is not.

How can I solve this?

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  • How would you tell &efm which directory the file is in? I suspect you may be better served by having the output give you the path (I don't use JUnit so can't advise on how to do so). Jun 4 at 14:58
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    Possibilities: use %D and %X to handle the package names as directories or post-process JUnit's output (externally w/ script or internally w/ QuickfixCmdPost, see :help QuickfixCmdPost-example)
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Jun 4 at 18:41
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Although not very flexible:

run-tests.bash:

echo "Entering dir '$(pwd)/unsw/test'" 
java -jar ../lib/junit-platform-console-standalone-1.7.0-M1.jar \
        -cp . --scan-class-path --disable-banner --details=summary
echo "Leaving dir"

.vimrc:

let &errorformat = 
 \ "%.%#unsw\.test%.%#(%f:%l),"
 \. "%DEntering dir '%f',%XLeaving dir,"

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