ShoulderTap gives desktop notifications from the output of TAP (Test Anything Protocol)
Using Bats as a TAP Producer, we pipe its output into ShoulderTap
bats test.bats | shouldertap
And for failing tests:
bats failing.bats | shouldertap
ShoulderTap also supports changing the name of the notification with the
bats tests.bats | shouldertap -n 'My Project'
There are a bunch of other producers available at the Test Anything website
With some simple shell scripting, we can run tests every time we save changes to our code. Here we are using Bacon as our test harness.
while true; do find . | xargs -- inotifywait --event modify bacon --tap tests/* | shouldertap done
gem install shouldertap
Please fork and issue a pull request.
Copyright (c) 2014 Ryan Doyle
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