I made some filename modifications to the various tests in the testing infrastructure, so that one can discern what is going on more easily when reading the test_results.txt file (the summary of the testing suite results). I basically just moved all of the test-problem-specific test files to have their test problem name prepended to the front of the python test. In addition, I modified make_new_tests.py to generate test_standard.py files also prepended with the test problem name. This now yields much more information about what passed and what failed in the test_results.txt output file, although not as much as is spat out in STDOUT during the tests.
I like this change. Are there any downsides? I think it looks ready to accept.