We show them as they run so you don't need to wait for the whole suit to
finish to see the reports. However, if you prefer different approaches, you
can use ExUnit custom formatter features to develop and plug your own.
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On Wed, Apr 11, 2018 at 7:37 PM, Shadab Ahmed <shadab.ans...@gmail.com>
> Right now, the failed tests show up in the middle of the output of `mix
> tests`. To only run that test you've to scroll all the way to the test to
> copy the command. A more convenient way would be if the failed tests and
> the command to run them is printed at the end like rspec:
> rspec spec/models
> 1) Organization#scoped_role_assignments when assigning role assignments
> should only update scoped role assignments
> Failure/Error: expect(org.scoped_role_assignments.collect(&:role_uid
> )).to eq %w[role10 role2 role3]
> <<<more output>>>
> Failed examples:
> rspec ./spec/models/organization_spec.rb:37 #
> when assigning role assignments should only update scoped role assignments
> I'm sure others would find it useful too.
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