Convert the Xcode plist log to a JUnit report
|Supported platforms||ios, mac|
|Returns||A hash with the key being the path of the generated file, the value being if the tests were successful|
||Path to the directory that should be converted||
||The extension for the newly created file. Usually .xml or .junit||
||Directory in which the xml files should be written to. Same directory as source by default|
||Filename the xml file should be written to. Defaults to name of input file. (Only works if one input file is used)|
||Should this step stop the build if the tests fail? Set this to false if you're handling this with a test reporter||
||Produces class name and test name identical to xcpretty naming in junit file||
||Silences all output||
||Doesn't include retry attempts in the output||
* = default value is dependent on the user's system
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