FLOOR(63/119*100) gives 52% …
As PHPUnit executes a test, it displays a marker on your screen to indicate its progress.
It means that by the end of the first line of dots (one dot for each test), phpunit had completed 63 tests out of 119 total tests, which is 52% of the test run. There are 63 dots in that first line, showing that all 63 of those tests have been run and passed, without any fails, skips, ignores, etc. Correctness/failure of tests is shown by different colours/characters than
. , such as a red
F for a failed test
completed display line, PHPUnit shows the number of tests completed, total of all tests, and %complete.
The second line has 56 dots, showing the results for tests 64 through 119, at which point the run is 100% complete. Because it isn’t a complete line of dots, but the run of all tests has actually completed, it doesn’t show the numbers again; but will show detailed results for any errors or failures that occurred before returning to the command line prompt