Show test outcome next to GitHub commits and pull requests
By enabling this option emulator.wtf will report test outcomes to GitHub as commit statuses. Here’s a screenshot showing two emulator.wtf invocations at the bottom of the commit statuses list:
By default, emulator.wtf will guess the test name based on Gradle module path or the app apk name used for test. You can
control the displayed name by configuring the
display-name property of your chosen integration. The
specific commit to attach results to is picked up automatically in common CI systems, but you can also control it
This functionality goes really well together with
async: true mode of execution where your build machines can go on
with other tasks while emulator.wtf is running tests. This way you’ll save build minutes of typically pretty beefy CI
machines focused on Gradle builds.
NOTE! When running on GitHub actions the commit statuses do not show up for
pull_requesttriggers due to GitHub handling them differently with a temporary merge commit. Use the
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If you have any questions or issues with the integration, please contact us and we’ll be happy to help!