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Build fixture for testing "test"

See original GitHub issue

Since this plugin uses mocha to test the execution of a set of mocha tests, behavior is a little weird. Something needs to be done to isolate the ‘inner’ tests from the plugin tests.

There’s also an issue with the buidler-ethers-project tests and tsc, but probably a config issue or perhaps a missing dep. Needs investigation.

Issue Analytics

  • State:closed
  • Created 4 years ago
  • Comments:7 (7 by maintainers)

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alcuadradocommented, Jul 6, 2019

Great! I’ll create another PR for that when beta.9 gets released.

cgeweckecommented, Jul 3, 2019

@alcuadrado Yes I will investigate further tomorrow AM (GMT -7) and post my findings.

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