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go test -cpu=1 -run=X/Y -bench=X/Y -count=2 -v testregexp
# Test the following:
# TestX is run, twice
stdout -count=2 '^=== RUN TestX$'
stdout -count=2 '^ x_test.go:6: LOG: X running$'
# TestX/Y is run, twice
stdout -count=2 '^=== RUN TestX/Y$'
stdout -count=2 '^ x_test.go:8: LOG: Y running$'
# TestXX is run, twice
stdout -count=2 '^=== RUN TestXX$'
stdout -count=2 '^ z_test.go:10: LOG: XX running'
# TestZ is not run
! stdout '^=== RUN TestZ$'
# BenchmarkX is run with N=1 once, only to discover what sub-benchmarks it has,
# and should not print a final summary line.
stdout -count=1 '^ x_test.go:13: LOG: X running N=1$'
! stdout '^\s+BenchmarkX: x_test.go:13: LOG: X running N=\d\d+'
! stdout 'BenchmarkX\s+\d+'
# Same for BenchmarkXX.
stdout -count=1 '^ z_test.go:18: LOG: XX running N=1$'
! stdout '^ z_test.go:18: LOG: XX running N=\d\d+'
! stdout 'BenchmarkXX\s+\d+'
# BenchmarkX/Y is run in full twice due to -count=2.
# "Run in full" means that it runs for approximately the default benchtime,
# but may cap out at N=1e9.
# We don't actually care what the final iteration count is, but it should be
# a large number, and the last iteration count prints right before the results.
stdout -count=2 '^ x_test.go:15: LOG: Y running N=[1-9]\d{4,}\nBenchmarkX/Y\s+\d+'
-- testregexp/x_test.go --
package x
import "testing"
func TestX(t *testing.T) {
t.Logf("LOG: X running")
t.Run("Y", func(t *testing.T) {
t.Logf("LOG: Y running")
func BenchmarkX(b *testing.B) {
b.Logf("LOG: X running N=%d", b.N)
b.Run("Y", func(b *testing.B) {
b.Logf("LOG: Y running N=%d", b.N)
-- testregexp/z_test.go --
package x
import "testing"
func TestZ(t *testing.T) {
t.Logf("LOG: Z running")
func TestXX(t *testing.T) {
t.Logf("LOG: XX running")
func BenchmarkZ(b *testing.B) {
b.Logf("LOG: Z running N=%d", b.N)
func BenchmarkXX(b *testing.B) {
b.Logf("LOG: XX running N=%d", b.N)