100% CPU usage after junit test failed...

I have a test class that requires a working directory. I ran the entire test class fine. After this, I go to the statistics tab, select a test and ask IntelliJ to run it. It failed (as expected) since the working directory was not set properly.

After this the CPU usage jumps to 100% and in the left hand side panel of junit window, I see the message
"starting: ]]>". The CPU usage never comes down to 0 even if the java (junit) process exits.

Has anyone else seen this?

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It is known problem now it is fixed.

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I have a test class that requires a working directory. I ran the entire

test class fine. After this, I go to the statistics tab, select a test and
ask IntelliJ to run it. It failed (as expected) since the working directory
was not set properly.
>

After this the CPU usage jumps to 100% and in the left hand side panel of

junit window, I see the message

"starting: <number of seconds clock>". The CPU usage never comes down to 0

even if the java (junit) process exits.
>

Has anyone else seen this?



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