|author||Chinmay Garde <firstname.lastname@example.org>||Thu Apr 18 19:15:45 2019|
|committer||GitHub <email@example.com>||Thu Apr 18 19:15:45 2019|
Merge runtime lifecycle unittests into the base test target. (#8634) `//flutter/runtime: runtime_lifecycle_unittests` was added because the these assumed that there was no VM already running in the process. Running other tests in the base target would mess up that assumption. Now that all test targets have been updated to make sure the VM instance does not leak, the tests in this target can be merged. LUCI bots don’t need to be patched as these tests were only ever run on the trybots.
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