[rspec-devel] Updated HTML formatter template
contact at lukeredpath.co.uk
Thu Nov 30 10:22:31 EST 2006
You're right guys I didn't think of this.
Here's a tweaked design, with failures and a successful run:
On 30 Nov 2006, at 13:17, David Chelimsky wrote:
> On 11/30/06, aslak hellesoy <aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On 11/30/06, Luke Redpath <contact at lukeredpath.co.uk> wrote:
>>> I've done a bit of work on the current RSpec HTML formatter template
>>> - I've changed the stylesheet and played around with the markup a
>>> to make it a bit more semantic (I've opted for definition lists for
>>> the specs). You can view it here:
>> Looks great in general but...
>>> It still needs a bit of tweaking, but if nobody has any objections,
>>> I'll roll this into the trunk.
>> people generally associate red with failure and green with success
>> least in the software testing domain). Aren't these colours at odds
>> with the common conventions? My initial reaction was "This is all
> Agreed. The feel is very nice but the red does imply failure.
> Also - I think that w/ hundreds of specs, this page will get quite
> long. I'd like to see something with slightly smaller fonts and less
> space without sacrificing the nice look. One can wish, right?
> Thanks Luke,
>> Can you show us one that has both passing and failing specs?
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