Infinity Test is a continuous testing library and a flexible alternative to Autotest, using Watchr library with Rspec OR Test::Unit with RVM funcionality, giving the possibility to test with all Rubies that you have in your RVM configuration.
To Infinity and Beyond!
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gem install infinity_test
Running Tests only in one ruby
Running Tests with many Rubies
infinity_test --rspec --rubies=1.8.7,jruby,1.9.2,ree
Or with Test::Unit:
infinity_test --test-unit --rubies=1.8.7,jruby,ree,1.9.2
And you are ready to Test with all ruby versions your Rspec or Test::Unit Suite with Autotest-like Behavior.
Simple Domain Specific Language for Infinity Test file
If you don't set all the time the rubies that you want, test framework that you want, notifications that you want, you can write some code that infinity_test understand.
So create the global file or project file called:
~/.infinity_test or .infinity_test infinity_test do notifications :growl do show_images :mode => :mario_bros end use :rubies => %w(1.9.1 jruby 1.9.2 ree), :test_framework => :rspec before(:each_ruby) do |environment| # ... end after(:each_ruby) do |environment| # ... end before_run do clear :terminal end after_run do # ... end end
Customize the .infinity_test file
You Like it the Idea?
So make a fork and start contributing =].
You have a Feature request or Fix?
Contact me in Github and let's talk! =]
- Thanks to Mynyml and Watchr library.
- Thanks to Waynee Seguin and the RVM.