Currently, if an exception happens after stop() was called in a test (but before start()), QUnit is smart enough to associate the error with the test.
However, the output associated with the test does not provide file/line of the test itself.
How do you make an async test fail with an exception and still see the output? Usually the test runner hangs in that case, as start() doesn't get called anywhere.
Closing, since I can't reproduce the issue (see comment above).