On Wednesday, 25 September 2013 at 19:50:47 UTC, jostly wrote:
Maybe... in my mind it depends on whether there are more than one test per unit test block, because I really like each failing test to be enumerated as well. But I can see the benefit - that would allow me to have tests directly in the unit test block, instead of wrapped inside delegates like it's done in specd. Ideally, a generic runner would support both immediate and deferred tests.

UDAs + recent trait to get all unit-tests during compile-time really favors instead having lot of small independent annotated unit-test blocks.

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