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Measure test run time duration #426

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@milo milo commented Dec 8, 2020

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It is a quite hard to measure test run time duration precisly. It is possible from test itself, but things get complicated with @testCase and @provider annotations when collecting/pairing durations back to custom output handler.

I think that this kind of measurement is quite precise and easy to access for OutputHandler.

Time duration is unnecessary most of the time, but it is very useful when reducing total amount of time with higher quantity of tests (100+). For examle, database locks or php.ini tunning (e.g. loading SNMP extension eats hundreds of miliseconds).

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milo commented Dec 8, 2020

Was thinking about withDuration() method but duration should be known when setting test result.

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