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Handle skipped tests in TAP reporter #262

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nealrichardson commented May 26, 2015

Because skipped tests did not have result$passed, they were marked as "not ok" in the TAP output. Following http://testanything.org/tap-specification.html, I added a skip directive to the output in case of result$skipped.

I'd happily write a test for this change if you could indicate where that should be. I didn't find any tests for the reporter output, only for the existence of reporters. I did confirm that the output with the skip directives is correctly parsed, at least by the Jenkins TAP parser:

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Coverage decreased (-0.89%) to 80.18% when pulling a76cb08 on nealrichardson:master into 4d404c1 on hadley:master.

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nealrichardson commented May 27, 2015

Ok, tests for the TAP reporter output added, including a test for the skip directive. This should increase test coverage, though the coveralls job in https://travis-ci.org/hadley/testthat/builds/64178838 timed out (which appears to be why the Travis build was marked as failing; the tests passed).

test_that("TAP reporter handles context and pass/fail/skip", {
filename <- tempfile(fileext="tap")
sink(filename)
test_dir("test_dir", reporter = "tap")

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I think you could simplify this with capture.output()

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Yes, thanks, much nicer.

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context("Skip")

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Could you please use a lower case skip to be consistent with the other files?

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Done, though I noticed that "Bare" and "Basic" in test_dir are also capitalized.

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hadley commented Sep 28, 2015

Could you please also add a bullet point to NEWS?

@hadley hadley merged commit 2517adc into r-lib:master Sep 29, 2015

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hadley commented Sep 29, 2015

Thanks! (For future reference, I don't get a notification when you make changes, just when you make comments, so once you're done, it's helpful to add a comment like "PTAL")

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nealrichardson commented Sep 29, 2015

Ah ok, thanks for pointing that out, will do.

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nealrichardson commented Sep 29, 2015

Looks like the NEWS bullet I added was clobbered in a merge: nealrichardson/testthat@master...hadley:masterdiff-8312ad0561ef661716b48d09478362f3L10

I could make a new PR with that if you want, but maybe it's easier for you to just add it back.

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