read_reqs:132 read_client_reqs: 111 read_retry_reqs:4
When I told iTest to automatically generate a response map, it came back with exactly one pattern, for the only line with whitespace. None of the other lines came up with any form of RM--they were just ignored.
This is rather annoying, as there are many, many lines of output. If I select e.g. the first line and tell iTest to create a pattern, it figures it out OK, but with tons of lines of output, this isn't really very fun. How come the automagic thingie didn't figure this out?
Oh, and when there's a lot of patterns, the default naming of the patterns really doesn't work. If I need to modify read_retry_reqs, somehow I have to guess that it is "pattern53". Since iTest is already creating queries, such as read_retry_reqs(), it would be easy for it to call the pattern "read_retry_reqs_pattern". This would be a really useful enhancement!