Hanging when I run Command+Shift+T to jump to test that doesn't exist

I have been using Rubymine for both backend and frontend (Vue), but the Command+Shift+T command did not work with Vue component tests, so I downloaded a trial of WebStorm today. When I use Command+Shift+T to open (or create) the related test file, it hangs with this message.

I hit escape and restarted it and bumped the memory size to 4x as much, so about 16G. When I did a Command+Shift+T, it didn't freeze, but I got a Low Memory warning and it shot up to about 15 or 16 Gigs.

 

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please could you share the ~/Library/Logs/JetBrains/WebStorm2023.2 folder content zipped after reproducing the issue?

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Thanks Elena for reaching out. I got a little frustrated with it and needed to progress, so I uninstalled it and resumed my javascript coding in Rubymine….the tests open automatically there too, but I wasn't getting a prompt to create a new test file in Rubymine, so that's what started my experimentation with WebStorm, but I don't think it does that either so no biggy. I'm sure I can configure Rubymine to create a test file with the same name as the file, in some sort of configuration template so will look into that when I have time.

Thanks again for replying, and sorry I could not dive deeper.

Kevin

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Elena Pogorelova Here's the lastest logs if it helps…

Actually I can't figure out how to attach the logs here.

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I wasn't getting a prompt to create a new test file in Rubymine, so that's what started my experimentation with WebStorm

Unfortunately it's not possible at the moment; pease vote for https://youtrack.jetbrains.com/issue/WEB-25036/Create-unit-test-function-for-ES6-classes to get notified on any progress with this feature request

 

Actually I can't figure out how to attach the logs here.

 

Please upload the logs via https://uploads.jetbrains.com/ and let me know the upload ID

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