Are you following the Ruby Maturity Model, fully leveraging Agile
methodologies, enjoying the benefits of outside-in test-driven development,
but STILL not getting the velocity you need?
Studies show that, in software development practices that utilize a
test-driven approach, the top blocker to project velocity is automated test
Now, you can completely eliminate automated test failure from your development
pipeline, and enjoy increased development velocity with greengreen. Using
an adaptive graph relabeling algorithm 1, greengreen normalizes the output of
automated Ruby test suites and aligns it with the desired outcome.
gem sources -a http://gems.github.com sudo gem install jasonm-greengreen
In your test_helper.rb, or config/environments/test.rb, or where ever you like:
require 'rubygems' gem 'greengreen' require 'greengreen'
To say that this code borrows heavily from Pat Eyler’s RedGreen is an
understatement. It’s RedGreen, with a few changes. As such, this is released
under the same license as Pat Eyler’s awesome RedGreen 2, whatever that
might be, I couldn’t really find anything about licensing for RedGreen.
 A comprehensive study on adaptive graph relabeling algorithms under the application of Phthalocyanine G-pigmented oxidative crosslinked enamels. Fletcher, C., Stewart, M., Dr. Rebecca, A. International Precedings on Software Development Velocity and Painting. http://is.gd/q7Mc  http://on-ruby.blogspot.com/2006/05/red-and-green-for-ruby.html