[rspec-users] Autotest with rspec HTML output
rspec-users at donpetersen.net
Sun Nov 11 16:56:51 EST 2007
I've always secretly thought that Adobe Air might be a good candidate for
something like this, I just never got around to actually trying to do
something about it.
Air runs on Windows/Linux/OSX, can render HTML just fine, and can interact
with the local filesystem to an extent. Last time I checked it's not able
to run any commands on the target system, so you can't have it trigger
tests... but if Autotest was running and writing results to a file, you
should be able to rig something together.
On 11/11/07, Ben Mabey <ben at benmabey.com> wrote:
> I was thinking that a little window(cocoa) or maybe just a browser
> window could display the summary of the test run like autotest does and
> then the failed specs in HTML format. Not the entire HTML report would
> be generated/displayed- only the failing ones would be so it would be
> manageable on projects with large test suites. So, instead of having a
> terminal window open with autotest it would just be a stand alone window.
> aslak hellesoy wrote:
> > Where would the HTML report be displayed?
> > On Nov 11, 2007 6:38 AM, Ben Mabey <ben at benmabey.com> wrote:
> >> Hey all,
> >> I was just wondering if any one has played around with getting
> >> autotest's rspec integration working with rspec's HTML output. I
> >> like how in the rspec textmate bundle the context of the failing code
> >> is inlined with the failing spec along with the exact line highlighted
> >> and a link to the exact spot in reference. However, I rarely use this
> >> nice output since autotest is so convenient... So, I was thinking
> >> wouldn't it be great to have the best of both worlds? What do you
> >> think? And before I try and do this, has anyone else already done it?
> >> -Ben
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