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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.

In reply to How to test less with Test::More? by johnnywang

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