Re: django.test: Display tests that succeeded

2019-02-03 Thread Adam Johnson
Django's test runner is based on Python's built-in unittest:
https://docs.python.org/3/library/unittest.html#module-unittest . I believe
you can use the verbose mode (e.g. -v 2) to see the list of all executed
tests.

On Sun, 3 Feb 2019 at 21:56, Jeremy Potter 
wrote:

> The Django test runner currently only displays tests that failed, and not
> those that succeeded. It would be nice if Django were to print out a list
> of tests that succeeded. First of all, it is satisfying to see tests
> succeed. Second of all, it would be easier to debug (if certain tests were
> not being run, for example). IMHO printing out the word "OK" is rather
> cryptic and boring.
>
> For example, Jest:
>
> [image: jest2.png]
> What do you think?
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django.test: Display tests that succeeded

2019-02-03 Thread Jeremy Potter
The Django test runner currently only displays tests that failed, and not 
those that succeeded. It would be nice if Django were to print out a list 
of tests that succeeded. First of all, it is satisfying to see tests 
succeed. Second of all, it would be easier to debug (if certain tests were 
not being run, for example). IMHO printing out the word "OK" is rather 
cryptic and boring.

For example, Jest:

[image: jest2.png]
What do you think?

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