Disable tests in tiny embedded framework

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  • #21288

    dabramson
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    Hi,

    Some frameworks provide a way to “skip” tests in code, or via the command line. Is there any such feature in tinyembeddedtest? Is it possible to skip tests via the command line?

    Thanks,

    Dave

    #21291

    support
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    The TinyEmbeddedTest framework is intended to be used with the barebone devices that don’t have a concept of command line (unless you are using semihosting anyway), so it doesn’t support any command-line switches. Instead you can use the Visual Studio GUI to select which of the tests to run.

    If you are running tests via the VisualGDB.exe /runtests command line, we could add an option to run specific tests only there as well.

    #21311

    dabramson
    Participant

    Hi,

    Yes, I am looking to exclude tests when running from the command line (on a build server) with the /runtests option. I’d love it if you added that option!

    Thanks,

    Dave

    #21319

    support
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    No problem, please try this build: http://sysprogs.com/files/tmp/VisualGDB-5.4.3.2348.msi

    We have added a new command-line option for filtering tests: /testregex:<regex>.

    If the filtering is not working as you expected, please set the VISUALGDB_VERBOSE_OUTPUT environment variable to 1. This will force VisualGDB to show the full test names it matches against the regex.

    #21327

    dabramson
    Participant

    You guys rock!

    It works for me.

    Will this build and build 2346 be rolled into the general product updates? I wouldn’t want to update the tool and then loose the functionality you guys but in those builds.

    Thanks,

    Dave

    #21329

    support
    Keymaster

    Hi,

    Yes, unless the pre-release testing reveals major unsolvable regressions caused by the new feature (highly unlikely in this case), all features added to daily builds will be included in the next upcoming release.

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