In a project that I'm working on we currently have around 300 very verbose tests. Chutzpah is integrated into the build system so we run the following command at build time:
chutzpah.console.exe myTestSuite.html /silent /debug /timeoutMilliseconds 30000
Now the output of the tests is very verbose so the console is then flooded with log messages (a good thing). On occasion there'll be failing tests and the console will contain something like "x number of tests failed" etc. at the very end of the exe
run. This is great in determining that tests failed but not so great in determining which tests and why they failed.
In essence I could scroll up and look through the several thousand lines of debug output in an attempt to find out what tests failed and why but with so many lines of output it becomes pretty impossible.
It'd be great if the debug option also re-output the failing tests and their corresponding logs at the end of the test run. This way all failures are in one location and are easy to decipher potential failure causes.