Based on the documentation it is unclear to me what the
test_ignore build option (and
pio test CLI flag) is looking at.
Is it file name, or is it maybe the unit test (test case to be precise) name? I was hoping it will work for file names but it doesn’t seem to work that way.
Use case: I can’t have common unit tests for
native and other arduino-based platforms (arduino, esp32) - that’s because native platform expects
main() function whereas arduino expects
Based on my testing it doesn’t work for file names, as I have following layout:
For native I want to run files starting with
test_ (these include only my libraries) and for real microcontrollers I want to run
integration_ files - there will be a code that will use real arduino dependency libraries.
I made following config in platformio.ini:
[env:esp32] test_ignore = test_* [env:native] test_ignore = integration_*
But it doesn’t work - running
pio test -e native still is compiling