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autoexpect

Leiningen plug-in for automatically running expectations whenever your Clojure project's source changes.

If you are using expectations clojure.test compatible syntax, you'll want to use lein-test-refresh.

Features

  • Allows you to have extremely fast feedback cycles by automatically loading changed code and running your expectations.
  • Supports growl notifications of test status. lein autoexpect :growl
  • Supports OS X notifications using terminal-notifier: lein autoexpect :notify.
  • Supports only notifying when test status changes by adding command line flag to either of the above commands. lein autoexpect :notify :change-only

Usage

Here is what using it looks like.

$ lein autoexpect
*********************************************
*************** Running tests ***************
Ran 3 tests containing 3 assertions in 16 msecs
0 failures, 0 errors.

Your terminal will just stay like that. Every half second autoexpect polls the file system to see if anything has changed. When there is a change your code is tested again.

If you want to receive notifications using growl, then run lein autoexpect :growl. This has been tested with modern versions of Growl for OS X, Linux, and Windows.

If you would like to use the OS X notification center, use lein autoexpect :notify. This requires [terminal-notifier] (https://github.com/alloy/terminal-notifier), which you can install using brew install terminal-notifier.

Latest version

The version in the image below is the latest (and hopefully greatest) released version of lein-autoexpect. It is what version number should be used in any of the verion numbers specified lower than this point in the README.

Latest version

Using with Leiningen 2.0

Add [lein-autoexpect "1.9.0"] to your ~/.lein/profiles.clj as follows:

{:user {:plugins [[lein-autoexpect "1.9.0"]]}}

Alternatively add to your :plugins vector in your project.clj file.

(defproject sample
  :dependencies [[org.clojure/clojure "1.9.0"]]
  :profile {:dev {:dependencies [[expectations "2.0.9"]]}}
  :plugins [[lein-autoexpect "1.9.0"]])

Compatibility

autoexpect should work with any version of expectations. If there is an issue please report it. It has been tested it with versions 1.1.0, 1.3.[023678], and 1.4.*, and 2.0.9.

Because of tools.namespace changes lein-autoexpect requires that your project use Clojure >= 1.3.0. If your project also depends on a version of tools.namespace < 0.2.1 you may see occasional exceptions.

License

Copyright (C) 2011-2016 Jake McCrary

Distributed under the Eclipse Public License, the same as Clojure.