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authorOlivier Blanvillain <olivier.blanvillain@gmail.com>2017-04-13 11:09:03 +0200
committerGitHub <noreply@github.com>2017-04-13 11:09:03 +0200
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Merge pull request #2247 from dotty-staging/update-filterTest-name-in-doc
Update intructions to run a single test
-rw-r--r--docs/docs/contributing/testing.md7
-rw-r--r--docs/docs/contributing/workflow.md15
2 files changed, 8 insertions, 14 deletions
diff --git a/docs/docs/contributing/testing.md b/docs/docs/contributing/testing.md
index 07aab19..f786ac2 100644
--- a/docs/docs/contributing/testing.md
+++ b/docs/docs/contributing/testing.md
@@ -80,10 +80,9 @@ This might be aliased in the future. It is also possible to run tests filtered
by using:
```bash
-> filterTest .*i2147.scala
+> vulpix i2147.scala
```
This will run both the test `./tests/pos/i2147.scala` and
-`./tests/partest-test/i2147.scala` since both of these match the given regular
-expression. This also means that you could run `filterTest .*` to run all
-integration tests.
+`./tests/partest-test/i2147.scala` since both of these match the given string.
+This also means that you could run `vulpix` with no arguments to run all integration tests.
diff --git a/docs/docs/contributing/workflow.md b/docs/docs/contributing/workflow.md
index 3c654e8..b277cc2 100644
--- a/docs/docs/contributing/workflow.md
+++ b/docs/docs/contributing/workflow.md
@@ -57,20 +57,15 @@ $ sbt
To test a specific test tests/x/y.scala (for example tests/pos/t210.scala):
```bash
-> filterTest .*pos/t210.scala
+> vulpix pos/t210.scala
```
-The filterTest task takes a regular expression as its argument. For example,
-you could run a negative and a positive test with:
+The `vulpix` task uses its argument for a substring test. For example, you
+could run both a negative and a positive test with the same name
+(`pos/i2101.scala` & `neg/i2101.scala`):
```bash
-> filterTest (.*pos/t697.scala)|(.*neg/i2101.scala)
-```
-
-or if they have the same name, the equivalent can be achieved with:
-
-```bash
-> filterTest .*/i2101.scala
+> vulpix i2101.scala
```
## Inspecting Trees with Type Stealer ##