Commit 75256255 authored by Jérome Perrin's avatar Jérome Perrin

use re.search to filter tests in --run

re.match only find matches where the pattern appears at the beginning of
the string, whereas re.search matches if the pattern appears anywhere in
the string. This is behavior is consistent with pytest, go test and ERP5's
runUnitTest
parent 1e6a1cc6
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......@@ -355,7 +355,7 @@ class LocalTestResult:
self.next += 1
# --run
if self.run is not None and not re.match(self.run, t.name):
if self.run is not None and not re.search(self.run, t.name):
continue
test_result_line = LocalTestResultLine()
......
......@@ -93,7 +93,20 @@ TestCase('TEST2', ['echo', 'TEST2'])
""",
argv=["nxdtest", "--run", "TEST1"],
)
captured = capsys.readouterr()
assert "TEST1" in captured.out
assert "TEST2" not in captured.out
# --run uses search
run_nxdtest(
"""\
TestCase('TEST1', ['echo', 'TEST1'])
TestCase('TEST2', ['echo', 'TEST2'])
TestCase('TEST10', ['echo', 'TEST10'])
""",
argv=["nxdtest", "--run", "ST1"],
)
captured = capsys.readouterr()
assert "TEST1" in captured.out
assert "TEST10" in captured.out
assert "TEST2" not in captured.out
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