Dart Code
Dart & Flutter support for Visual Studio Code

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Test Runner

A new test runner has been added that will render test results in a tree in the Test Side Bar.

Currently there is no detection of tests so they will only appear once you start running them which can be done with F5/launch.json, using the Start Debugging/Start Without Debugging options on explorer context menus or using the new Run All Tests command (noted below) to run all test files.

Clicking on a test will open the Output pane if there is any output from the test and also navigate you to the test in the source (note: navigating to the source required a change in Flutter which is currently only available on the master channel).

Note: By default this is only enabled for Flutter projects. You can opt-in for Dart projects by setting the dart.previewTestRunnerForDart setting to true though there may be some edge cases where this currently does not work correctly.

Run All Tests

A new command has been added to quickly run all tests in your project (the equivilent of flutter test or pub run test). This command will spawn a concurrent debug session for each workspace folder that contains tests.

Go To Implementation

Go To Implementation has been implemented to allow you to quickly jump to implementations from abstract members/interfaces.

Quickly Open in Android Studio or Xcode

New context menu entries have been added to ios and android folders to allow you to quickly open them in Xcode or Android Studio.

Filtered Extension Logging

The Capture Logs command has been extended to allow selection of which log categories to include when troubleshooting or reporting issues in the extension.

Other Changes

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