[ANN] ZenTest 3.8.0 Released

Discussion in 'Ruby' started by Ryan Davis, Jan 15, 2008.

  1. Ryan Davis

    Ryan Davis Guest

    ZenTest version 3.8.0 has been released!

    * <http://www.zenspider.com/ZSS/Products/ZenTest/>
    * <http://rubyforge.org/projects/zentest/>
    * <>

    ZenTest provides 4 different tools and 1 library: zentest, unit_diff,
    autotest, multiruby, and Test::Rails.

    ZenTest scans your target and unit-test code and writes your missing
    code based on simple naming rules, enabling XP at a much quicker
    pace. ZenTest only works with Ruby and Test::Unit.

    unit_diff is a command-line filter to diff expected results from
    actual results and allow you to quickly see exactly what is wrong.

    autotest is a continous testing facility meant to be used during
    development. As soon as you save a file, autotest will run the
    corresponding dependent tests.

    multiruby runs anything you want on multiple versions of ruby. Great
    for compatibility checking!

    Test::Rails helps you build industrial-strength Rails code.

    Changes:

    ### 3.8.0 / 2008-01-12

    * 10 minor enhancements:

    * Added basic support for rubinius in multiruby.
    * Changed Dunno! message to only output on -v
    * Added Getting Started with Autotest by Philippe Hanrigou (with
    permission)
    * Updated example_dot_autotest.rb for newer plugins.
    * Cleaned up rdoc.
    * Worked with David Chelimsky to make Autotest more uber for
    subclasses.
    * Removed exceptions and test_mappings accessors and replaced with
    add/remove/clear methods. Updating .autotest should be very
    straightforward.
    * Moved :initialize hook to beginning of run method
    * Changed load/customization order to be:
    * Autotest
    * AutotestSubClass
    * ~/.autotest
    * ./.autotest (yes, both .autotest files).
    * Moved away from using instance variables to encourage subclasses
    to use accessors.
     
    Ryan Davis, Jan 15, 2008
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