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After doing a bit research, I found a plugin called "quickrun.vim*" and this plugin (from what I understand) runs a series of commands based on the extension of the current file you are working on. You can use the default "build-systems" that the plugin comes with, however, you create your own build systems by specifying what commands ...


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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',...


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