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==== Summary Phocus let's you temporarily focus some tests, ignoring all others, even across test classes. ==== Install gem install phocus --source http://gemcutter.org ==== Features * Ultra simple to use * Works accross testcase classes * Works within contexts * Can focus multiple tests * Simple code (< 50 LOCs) * Compatible with various testing frameworks ==== Examples require 'test/unit' require 'phocus' class TestUser < Test::Unit::TestCase focus def test_foo assert User.do_something end def test_bar assert User.do_something_else end end class TestAcmeWidget < Test::Unit::TestCase def test_abc assert true end focus def test_xyz assert true end end Executing these tests (say with +rake test+ or +autotest+), will only run +test_foo+ and +test_xyz+. Also works fine with +test "description"+ style tests (or +it+, or +should+, ...). focus test "abc" do assert true end ==== Testing Framework Compatibility Phocus is known to be compatible with the following testing frameworks (see test/compat/*): * test/unit * minitest/unit * shoulda * context * contest It is possibly compatible out of the box with other test/unit-based testing frameworks as well, but it should be fairly easy to set up if it isn't (include Phocus in parent testcase class and set proper method_pattern. See rdocs) ==== Links source:: http://github.com/mynyml/phocus rdocs:: http://docs.github.com/mynyml/phocus