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Delete TestResults folder (Unit Testing Visual Studio)

Posted by kiquenet en 5 enero 2015

Cleaning up Visual Studio TestResults with PowerShell

If you write your unit tests using Visual Studio, then you know how quickly those pesky "TestResults" folders can eat up precious disk space over time.

Assuming all of your code is collocated in the same parent directory, replace "C:\TFS" with your parent directory.

(get-childitem C:\TFS\* -recurse) | where{$_.name -eq "TestResults"} |% {remove-item $_.fullname -recurse}

Improvements:

Error Handling when deleting folders and files.

Validating contents TestResults folder (subfolders In and Out, *.trx files, …)

$dir = "C:\TFS\"
(get-childitem $dir -recurse) | where { $_.name -eq "TestResults"} | foreach {

   $delete = $false;
   (get-childitem  $_.FullName -recurse) | where {$_.name -eq "Out"}  | foreach {
       
        $ParentS = ($_.Fullname).split("\")
        $Parent = $ParentS[@($ParentS.Length – 3)]
        if ($Parent -eq "TestResults") {$delete = $true;}

   }

   if ($delete)
   {
        Write-Host -ForegroundColor red ("Eliminando {0}" -f  $_.FullName )
        Remove-item $_.fullname -recurse
   }

}

Write-Host -ForegroundColor red ("Eliminado TestResults de {0}" -f  $dir )

Source:
http://captechconsulting.com/blog/mike-etheridge/cleaning-visual-studio-testresults-powershell

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