[GRADLE-3421] Filenames of JUnit test results with non-ASCII characters get too long Created: 30/Mar/16 Updated: 20/Jan/17 Resolved: 20/Jan/17
JUnit test reports are generated in files named using the tests FQCNs.
The latter pull-request change the implementation so only disallowed characters are escaped, largely reducing the number of escaped characters hence shortening filenames.
|Comment by Paul Merlin [ 12/May/16 ]|
We all agreed that using a blacklist is a risky breaking change.
|Comment by Stefan Wolf [ 19/Aug/16 ]|
Reopened since the Bug is still present, we only disagreed with the way to fix it.
|Comment by Benjamin Muschko [ 15/Nov/16 ]|
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|Comment by Paul Merlin [ 20/Jan/17 ]|