On Sun, 18 Nov 2007 12:27:52 -0500, Brian Marick
<marick / visibleworkings.com> wrote:

>Again, perhaps I'm missing context, but something like this doesn't  
>work for you?
>
>$ ~/src/publish/wevouchfor/test/unit 518 $ ruby user_test.rb --verbose
>Loaded suite user_test
>Started
>test_should_authenticate_user(UserTest): EE
>test_should_create_user(UserTest): EE
>test_should_not_rehash_password(UserTest): EE
>test_should_remember_me_default_two_weeks(UserTest): EE
>test_should_remember_me_for_one_week(UserTest): EE

Hmm. I read the help, which says

     -v, --verbose=[LEVEL]  Set the output level (default is verbose).
                           (s[ilent], p[rogress], n[ormal], v[erbose])

as saying I had to say --verbose=s or p or n or v, none of which
seemed to work.

So I patched stuff into the ::Unit stuff, which at least gave me info.

Will try other things tomorrow. Dead now. Thanks,


Ron Jeffries
www.XProgramming.com