Doing spec-driven development on OS X Leopard? RSpactor is just the tool for you — small, fast, reliable, and easy on the CPU (and disk).
RSpactor listens while you’re developing and automatically runs specs based on which files have changed, much like autotest. Unlike autotest, however, it doesn’t do polling, so you don’t have to worry about your CPU usage being constantly between 15-25%.
rspactorin your project;
sudo port install rb-cocoa
My project is maintenance and improvements of the command-line tool.
Since this is pre-1.0 software, it’s best to track its development by using the master branch instead of gem releases.
Clone the repository and save this file as “~/bin/rspactor” (or at any other directory that’s in your path):
#!/bin/bash RSPACTOR=/Users/mislav/.coral/rspactor/mislav ruby -I$RSPACTOR/lib $RSPACTOR/bin/rspactor $*
Of course, set the RSPACTOR variable to point to a directory where you have RSpactor locally.
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