Issue #125 invalid

Show stdout and stderr of passed tests

Dmitry Panin avatarDmitry Panin created an issue

According to documentation: "During test execution any output sent to stdout and stderr is captured. If a test or a setup method fails its according captured output will usually be shown along with the failure traceback."

But I haven't found the way to watch output of passed tests. Does py.test have such possibility (option passed via commandline will be great)?

Comments (2)

  1. Ronny Pfannschmidt

    you can disable output capturing with the -s flag

    there is no option for special reporting of the stdio of passed tests

    i suppose something similar to the output in failure might be helpful?

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