[TIP] @unittest.expectedFailure

Benjamin Peterson benjamin at python.org
Sun Feb 21 12:14:59 PST 2010

2010/2/21 Chris Withers <chris at simplistix.co.uk>:
> Hi All,
> Does a @unittest.expectedFailure'd test count as a skip if it fails?
> What if it doesn't fail?

It's called an expected failure not a skip, but it's basically the
same thing if it fails. An unexpected success occurs if the test

> Asked differently: how can I find out, when running tests, how many
> expectedFailure's tests there were, how many actually failed, and how many
> didn't?

Programmatically or on command line?


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