Elm Test Runner for Atom is now v0.3.0

For this release, I focused primarily on getting multiple project detection right. I typically don’t keep more than one project open in the same workspace myself, but many folks do. In order to handle this properly, the Elm Test Runner pane now has a handy project selector field at the top that lets you choose which directory you’d like to run elm-test against.

I rolled some UI work into this release, too, most notably some animation changes that I feel turned out well, and which were made possible by Matt Griffith’s excellent elm-style-animation library.

For a full list of changes, see the release notes. If you haven’t tried Elm Test Runner, now’s a great time to give it a spin and let me know what you think. You can find it in Atom by going to Settings -> Install, and searching for “elm-test-runner”.