happy-kitchen-8948209/01/2020, 4:22 AM
. Depending on it doesn't do anything. If you want to depend on a published version of B then you do so like any other "3rdparty" requirement (but you have to have published it first). But I'm guessing that's not what you want? Typically since
are in the same repo you would have
as an internal dependency. That is,
should depend on B's
). Then the test can invoke B's code directly (rather than spawning a process to run it).