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the windows batch variant of lazytest-watch.sh #122

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ghost commented Feb 18, 2013

the pause part at the end doesn't seem to be reached, I'm guessing that lazytest-watch keeps watching the sources for changes and then does the tests again? because it seems to never exist without a ctrl+c

@daveray daveray added a commit that referenced this pull request Feb 18, 2013

@daveray daveray Merge pull request #122 from AtKaaZ/LazyTestWatch_WindowsBatch
the windows batch variant of lazytest-watch.sh

@daveray daveray merged commit c543352 into daveray:develop Feb 18, 2013


daveray commented Feb 18, 2013

Right. The point of watch is to auto-run the tests as you're making changes so it never exits.

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