http://www.perlmonks.org?node_id=384101

johnnywang has asked for the wisdom of the Perl Monks concerning the following question:

Hi, I use Test::More for most of my tests. It works very well. In a typical case, I'll have many, say 100, test cases in a file:
use Test::More; ok($yes, "test ..."); is($this,$that, "test ..."); # many of these ....
Now typically when I change some code, a few tests will fail. Since running all tests can take some time, I'd like to only run the failed tests when I'm trying to fix them. So I found myself constantly commenting out test cases(Test::More does allow SKIP, but that's also pretty tedious). What I'd like is something like pass a list of test numbers to the script to instruct it to only run those tests, is there some good way to do that? Thanks.