PATCH: added new Test::Unit compiler plugin
djkea2 at mugca.its.monash.edu.au
Sat May 1 01:57:44 EDT 2004
On Fri, Apr 30, 2004 at 11:16:45PM -0400, Sam Roberts wrote:
> Ok, I can't reproduce the jump to random lines (in a small example), but
> I found one thing, if the test fails because an exception was thrown
> from the code being tested, then you don't get to that line.
> And I can see the output in the err window, but I can't get to any of
> the lines in the test_internal(), just the assert_equal for
It currently only parses the Failure messages - I'll add to the
errorformat so that it will parse the Error messages too. However, I
probably won't get to it until late next week.
> I hope I don't sound like I'm whining to you about your unit-test code,
> I'm just struggling to get vim working for me!
Not at all! I'm glad someone finds it _potentially_ useful. :-) As I
said when I posted it to the list, it's just a start.
> Also, how could I modify the test/unit so that I can run my tests with
Can't you just have something like:
-- Makefile --
% make test
Sorry if I've missed the point. You might also be interested in
> Can you, or anybody, either give me some advice on how to make this
> work, or else suggest an alternate way of developing ruby code from
> inside vim? Maybe there's an easier way, and I'm missing it?
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