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Repeat failure count at end of errors listing. #113

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bradobro commented Jul 8, 2014

Use case: We have some covered code and introduce a feature we know will cause regression errors. We run lab under nodemon and want to burn down the error count as we fix the regressions.

This is just a minimally invasive fix, 'editor inheritance' of the existing failure count report.


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hueniverse commented Jul 16, 2014

I am not following why you need to repeat this information.


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bradobro commented Jul 16, 2014

I don't need the information repeated; I think it's more useful near the end.

      at Object._onImmediate (/Users/brado/Documents/wc/elasticbible/plugin/elasticbible-web/node_modules/lab/lib/execute.js:492:17)
      at processImmediate [as _immediateCallback] (timers.js:336:15)

  20) group authorization (permissions) there is a group that is free for non-commercial apps:

      AssertionError: expected [Error: No duplicate app groups allowed: free] to be null
      Message: No duplicate app groups allowed: free

      at /Users/brado/Documents/wc/elasticbible/plugin/elasticbible-web/test/biblegroup.js:229:30

6 of 21 tests failed:

 No global variable leaks detected.

16 Jul 08:31:53 - [nodemon] app crashed - waiting for file changes before starting...

If I introduce a change that breaks a lot of tests, an initial pass-fail count summary will scroll be scrolled off by the many lines of error listings.

Sometimes I need those details and will scroll up to them, but more likely, I want my eye on the error count as I make the fixes. I'll have a pane running nodemon node_modules/lab/bin/lab while I edit and save.

I know people have different workflows. This change will probably only appeal to more BDD/TDD flows. It's just a gentle request, "If you have no strong preference, could we put the summary at the bottom?"

Thanks for considering.

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bradobro commented Aug 1, 2014

Thanks for considering the request, Eran.

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