[TIP] Rolling up test results

John Wong gokoproject at gmail.com
Mon Apr 29 10:18:35 PDT 2013

I think nose has the ability to customize the output. Haven't dived in too
But I do know nose-progressive can output pretty nicely.
In particular the option --progressive-advisories you can check it out.
Search in http://www.verious.com/code/svetlyak40wt/nose-progressive/

BY default it gives you the nice text. Another way I can think of is the
XML report.


On Mon, Apr 29, 2013 at 12:23 PM, medford bridges <medford.bridges at gmail.com
> wrote:

> Apologies in advance if this is a too opt-asked, frequently answered
> question so I'll keep it really simple.
> Given this output from a couple of tests in a couple of files, run by
> nosetests:
> ...
> Ran 8 tests in 0.077s
> FAILED (failures=4)
> Is there a option or other tool set to produce something more like this,
> either instead or in addition to basic output?
> ...
> SimpleTest1   2/2/0/4 (pass/fail/error/total tests)
> SimpleTest2   2/2/0/4 (pass/fail/error/total tests)
> Summary       4/4/0/8 (pass/fail/error/total tests)
> In particular, I'd like to be able to track total tests run, pass/fail
> percentages, and more without diving into output parsing.
> It would be useful to get a count of tests in a test case file or test
> suite collection, even if some were skipped for various reasons.
> Thanks.
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