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Author jaraco
Recipients eric.araujo, ethan.furman, jaraco, methane, miss-islington, terry.reedy
Date 2022-03-22.22:09:19
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Inada, you're right. Good catch. I think I missed that behavior from before because I used `grep ERROR` and when I ran it this time, I just assumed the output would be the same, but it's clear that even _with descriptions enabled_, the location of the test is clearly reported in the case of launching with `-m unittest`.

I'm now suspicious that my report in was also flawed as it uses `grep ERROR`, which could easily mask lines that adjacent to the error.

I now believe that there are no concerns relating to Terry's concern, and likely not Brett's concern despite my best efforts to replicate. I'll bring back the original example and see if it in fact has the reported defect.
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