py.test logging for tests that pass

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I have been over and over the documentation, but I can not fine out how I get py.test to write to the log for tests that pass. For example if I run "py.test --resultlog=mylog.txt myPytest.py" mylog.txt only has one line for each test that passed. I want to add other things to each test recorded in my log file, regardless whether thy passed or failed. For example I need to know the time they ran, some of the output data etc. How do I get py.test to include data about the test (passed and failed) in the py.test log file?
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you could use py-cov combine with pytest

py.test --cov $(MOD_NAME) --cov-config .coveragerc --cov-report xml --junit-xml=results.xml
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