On Thu, May 16, 2013 at 10:50:14PM +0200, Thomas Rast wrote:
> With the new --verbose-only=<pattern> option, one can enable --verbose
> at a per-test granularity. The pattern is matched against the test
> number, e.g.
> ./t0000-basic.sh --verbose-only='2[0-2]'
> to see only the full output of test 20-22, while showing the rest in the
> one-liner format.
> This is arguably not *too* useful on its own, but makes the next patch
> easier to follow.
Hmm, I don't think this is quite right. Try:
The script and test number aren't important; I just picked these at
random, but they show the issue clearly. The output I get is:
ok 83 - log respects prefix greater than COLUMNS (big change)
ok 84 - log --graph respects prefix greater than COLUMNS (big change)
Switched to a new branch 'branch'
ok 85 - merge --stat respects COLUMNS (big change)
COLUMNS=100 git merge --stat --no-ff master >output &&
grep " | " output >actual
test_cmp expect actual
ok 86 - merge --stat respects COLUMNS (long filename)
So we see 83 and 84 non-verbose, which is good. And we see the actual
output from 85 (the output from a "git checkout"). But we do not see the
"expecting success" for it. We see it for the _next_ test, which we
should not see at all. So I think your toggling is happening in the
wrong spot, but I haven't looked further than that.
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