December 14, 2016, 9:56am
I did a
Then when I want to launch command
platformio test -e native
it’s asking me to register on the pioplus platform.
Did I do something wrong or pio is now forcing me to be registered to launch the tests for my pet local project ?
PIO Unit Testing is
PIO Plus feature that was announced in September with first PIO 3.0 release. PIO Plus was in BETA for 3 months and all its features were accessed for free without any registration, etc.
PIO 3.2 has been released 1 week ago and PIO Plus was out from BETA.
See full features matrix with PIO Plus plans:
December 14, 2016, 3:32pm
Thanks for the reply.
Current state : I won’t be able to launch my unit tests unless I pay $10/month.
I am no professional IOT developer and will not spend 100$ a year to run my tests locally on my machine.
I really enjoyed using pio. This is a great a reliable tool. But I will try to find alternatives.
This is not a complain, just user feedback
Thanks a lot for your feedback! That is very important for us. We will try to find better solution how to keep active development for PlatformIO Open Source project.