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Author martin.panter
Recipients ezio.melotti, martin.panter, michael.foord, pitrou, rbcollins, zach.ware
Date 2015-12-17.07:45:12
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Okay, so you have a test with subtests. You have presented three cases:

1. Single subtest which passes. No problem I assume.

2. Two subtests: 1st fails, 2nd passes. This is how subtests are normally used, so I guess there is no problem. Is that right?

3. After two subtests have already run (one of which failed), SkipTest is raised. I guess you want the test results to be reported better in this case.

What is the use case? Why not skip the test before any subtests are started?
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