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Parsing for > and such in test output

See original GitHub issue

I have some tests that, when run, produce the following detail lines in the xml:

TestName (TestSuiteName > ParticularTestSuite) failed 

These are generated by MATLAB and pushed to GH as-is by this action. I think that perhaps, before pushing to the GitHub API, it would be nice if the control characters could be unencoded so that the output is prettier.

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  • State:closed
  • Created 2 years ago
  • Comments:8 (5 by maintainers)

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EnricoMicommented, Nov 16, 2021

Just released as v1.24.

EnricoMicommented, Nov 15, 2021

There will be a release soon. I recommend to use tag @v1, which is not immutable but will point to the latest (non-breaking) version. And for the tip: you are welcome, just spread the word and use this action where ever you can.

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