Issue #259 new

Test that unexpectedly passes doesn't produce exit code

Jack Riches avatarJack Riches created an issue

If test is marked xfail, but the test passes, there should be a non-zero exit code (e.g. for CI to flag a warning).

I believe this once existed, as documented by the release notes for 2.0.0:

“xpass” (unexpected pass) tests don’t cause exitcode!=0

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