[rspec-users] rspec_autotest no longer re-runs tests with rspec 0.7.5
lastobelus at mac.com
Sat Dec 30 07:46:29 EST 2006
That is what I meant. In my setup, it is NOT rerunning the whole
suite after I fix a failing spec.
After a cursory look at autotest.rb in ZenTest, I haven't figured
out why it is broken. But I think I will try to figure that out
today, because autotest seems kind of pointless without that behaviour.
It probably has nothing to do with rspec or rspec_autotest; I
realized that my version of ZenTest is new too, 3.4.3 instead of 3.4.1.
On 21-Dec-06, at 11:13 AM, Nick Sieger wrote:
> On 12/21/06, Michael Johnston <lastobelus at mac.com> wrote:
> Has anyone else encountered this problem?
> What I mean is, rspec_autotest runs all specs, then waits. When you
> change a spec, it reruns that spec. However, if that spec now passes,
> it should run the whole suite again, so you can see the next one to
> work on. It no longer does this. This renders it somewhat useless.
> Does anyone have autotest working with rspec 0.7.5, or does anyone
> have any idea of what may be causing this issue or how to go about
> fixing it?
> Are you sure this is caused by the 0.7.5 upgrade? I've seen
> similar behavior but I'm still on 0.7.3. Here's the response
> comment I posted to yours:
> I think this is expected behavior for autotest – I've already
> noticed this and assumed it was standard behavior. The only time
> autotest reruns the whole suite is after I've just fixed a failing
> test or spec. Is it possible that's what you're observing?
> Feel free to take any further discussion off-list, thanks.
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