labath added a comment.
> Preferably lit would take care of as much as possible. I think Zachary’s
> idea makes sense as an incremental step. If we think of one python file as
> a google test executable, it makes sense to return a list of test for every
> python file for “v2”. I think running the different variants as separate
> tests is going to be “v3” and will require quite a bit more work.
Actually, this (v3) should happen pretty much automatically, as the test
variant is encoded in the test method name. we have a python metaclass which
does this replication for us, and as far as the rest of the world is concerned,
they are just separate tests.
So if you just normally enumerate all methods in a test class, you will
naturally get every variant in it's own test.
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