When I run esplugin integration tests for the plugin I notice there can be left files like
.local-18.104.22.168-SNAPSHOT-integTestRunner-execution-times.log in the <ROOT>. Is this expected?
gradle clean does not seem to handle this. Does it mean I need to implement custom clean up logic somewhere? I added exception into
.gitignore for now.
Typically, these files contain just something like this: