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<!-- Describe the feature you'd like. --> Add a command to run last executed test. Whether it failed, or not shouldn't matter.

Currently, I'm using the "Run failed test" command (i've bound it to a hotkey), but I'd really like one that executes the last one. If no tests have run, it could run all of them or do nothing.

Also, when I have the Output Console focused and I run test, it focusses the test view on failure. Whereas I'd like to stay focused on the Output console since that is where the errors are being logged.


Answer questions luabud

It'd be nice to add a "Run last executed test" command that would allow for that. If no tests have run, then it'd do nothing.


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