[TIP] Skipping tests (was:Re: Ideology)
doug.hellmann at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 14:50:56 PDT 2009
On Apr 24, 2009, at 5:02 PM, Douglas Philips wrote:
> On or about 2009 Apr 24, at 4:13 PM, Doug Hellmann indited:
>> Yeah, it sounds like we have different use cases. Usually the
>> tests I want to skip require some specialized piece of hardware
>> (like a particular brand of network switch or storage array). The
>> entire test module is tagged to be skipped by the automated run by
>> default, and we only enable the tests when the equipment is
> Probably are different, but I am wondering if this is an
> optimization of test loading time issue or something deeper?
I'm just not tracking the fact that the test exists and is being
skipped. I see the value in that, though. If I had it to do over, I
probably would load the test and include it in the report as skipped.
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