|Subject:||prove: Print a test summary even if the test run is interrupted|
It would be nice when you hit Crtl-C that you would get a test summary of the things that have been tested so far, sans the stuff that failed horribly at the end just as it got a SIGINT. It'd be very useful for long-running test suites like Git and Rakudo where you might notice a bunch of fails, know that it's enough to signal trouble. But would still like a summary of the stuff that went wrong without waiting 10 more minutes for the tests to finish. The workaround is to just do prove -v in the first place and then backtrack in your terminal, which isn't optimal.