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Set testing to automatically be run once. #3793

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@queso queso commented Feb 22, 2015

Right now you have to issue --test --once to get it to work the way a CI environment needs. That isn't expected and seems confusing to users. The velocity team decided this is the best way to handle that.

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@ghost ghost commented Feb 22, 2015

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@stubailo stubailo commented Feb 24, 2015

so for developers the main way to use Velocity will be through the in-browser reporter?

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@queso queso commented Feb 24, 2015

Sure, but when in a development mode the in-browser reporter runs just fine independent of this.

The --test flag was always intended as a way to run tests from the command line. It is a common confusion that you have to issue --test and --once to get a command line to exit properly.

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@stubailo stubailo commented Feb 24, 2015

Does reactive test re-running not work from the command line? I'm curious if there are people who use Velocity primarily from the CLI.

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@queso queso commented Feb 24, 2015

This isn't about test rerunning, this is about having a continuous integration solution for teams that want to full commit to long term testing solutions.

There are people working on a command line reporter, I believe this is something @sanjo has started on?

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@stubailo stubailo commented Feb 24, 2015

OK, sounds good to me. @n1mmy @ekatek what do you think?

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@n1mmy n1mmy commented Feb 25, 2015

No real opinion here. Works for me if it works for others.

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@awatson1978 awatson1978 commented Feb 25, 2015

+1
Yup. When running from command line, running once is the preferred workflow.

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@stubailo stubailo commented Feb 25, 2015

Merged: cc93674

Thanks!

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