+Run your specs directory from TextMate using the [Blue Ridge TextMate Bundle](http://github.com/karnowski/blue-ridge.tmbundle). (It's a fork of the original [Screw.Unit TextMate Bundle](http://github.com/coreyti/screw-unit-tmbundle) but adapted for use with the Blue Ridge plugin.)
+ cd ~/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/
+Then when editing a Screw.Unit spec file in TextMate you can:
+* press command-R to run the spec directly from TextMate
+* type snippets like "it", "des", "bef", "aft" and then press the tab key to expand into full it blocks, describe blocks, etc.
Tips & Tricks
* Avoid using `print` in your tests while debugging. It works fine from the command line but causes lots of headaches in browser. (Just imagine a print dialog opening ten or fifteen times and then Firefox crashing. This is a mistake I've made too many times! Trust me!)