I expected to see the error that occurred to be printed, and then the panic.
What did you see instead?
I see only the panic.
The exact use case I have is a table test where each subtest is using a different version of an external resource (message queue). An early subtest fails to perform some setup and leaves an internal thing in a bad state, so I expect my tests to not work fully at this point. However, because the later subtest panics when it encounters that bad state, the whole test function aborts without my previous calls to t.Error or t.Fatal (in the previous subtest) having their contents printed. Because of this, I lost critical error information that would have pointed me to the real issue with the earlier subtest's setup. Since the earlier subtest didn't print anything, its problem was not apparent.
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