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CLI: Print the Kaocha configuration

A Kaocha test run starts with building up a Kaocha configuration map, based on default values, the contents of tests.edn, command line flags, and active plugins.

Debugging issues with Kaocha often starts with inspecting the configuration, which is why a --print-config flag is provided. This builds up the configuration from any available sources, runs it through any active plugins, and then pretty prints the result, an EDN map.

Using --print-config

  • When I run bin/kaocha --print-config

  • Then the output should contain:

{:kaocha.plugin.randomize/randomize? false,
 :kaocha/reporter [kaocha.report/dots],
 :kaocha/color? false,
 :kaocha/fail-fast? false,
  • And the output should contain:
 :kaocha/tests
 [{:kaocha.testable/type :kaocha.type/clojure.test,
   :kaocha.testable/id :unit,
   :kaocha/ns-patterns ["-test$"],
   :kaocha/source-paths ["src"],
   :kaocha/test-paths ["test"],
   :kaocha.filter/skip-meta [:kaocha/skip]}],
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