[RUBY] I made a GitHub Action that makes it easy to understand the execution result of RSpec


Recently, I'm using GitHub Actions as a CI / CD service, but I was dissatisfied with the fact that it was difficult to understand the execution result when RSpec failed when compared with CircleCI. Introducing the following GitHub Action created by an in-house hackathon to relieve such stress.

RSpec Report · Actions · GitHub Marketplace · GitHub

What can i do?

In the case of a PR event, the failure result is commented. Also, by commenting, the same content will be notified by email, so you can understand the content of the failed test without accessing GitHub.


Other than PR events, you will be notified via the Checks API.


How to use


name: Build

      #Preparations for RSpec execution are omitted
      - name: Test
        run: bundle exec rspec -f j -o tmp/rspec_results.json -f p

      - name: RSpec Report
        uses: SonicGarden/[email protected]
          token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
          json-path: tmp/rspec_results.json
        if: always()



--Analyzing and commenting on the execution result of RSpec output in JSON format --The -f j -o tmp / rspec_results.json option of the rspec command is required (save destination is arbitrary) --Comments will be deleted if all tests pass --The same comment will not be posted repeatedly --Supports parallel execution of tests --In that case, please adjust so that the title is unique as follows.

  token: ${{ secrets.GITHUB_TOKEN }}
  json-path: tmp/rspec_results.json
  title: "# :cold_sweat: RSpec failure ${{ matrix.ci_node_index }}"


GitHub - SonicGarden/rspec-report-action: A GitHub Action that report RSpec failure.

Please use it if you like.

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