Convert the Xcode plist log to a JUnit report

Supported platforms ios, mac
Author @KrauseFx
Returns A hash with the key being the path of the generated file, the value being if the tests were successful


Key Description Default
path Path to the directory that should be converted .
extension The extension for the newly created file. Usually .xml or .junit .xml
output_directory Directory in which the xml files should be written to. Same directory as source by default
output_filename Filename the xml file should be written to. Defaults to name of input file. (Only works if one input file is used)
fail_build Should this step stop the build if the tests fail? Set this to false if you're handling this with a test reporter true
xcpretty_naming Produces class name and test name identical to xcpretty naming in junit file false
silent Silences all output false
output_remove_retry_attempts Doesn't include retry attempts in the output false

* = default value is dependent on the user's system


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