15 Jun '12, 11pm

autotest.el 不錯!真可惜我現在不用emacs了。

autotest.el 不錯!真可惜我現在不用emacs了。

This is my sixteenth entry detailing my personal “productivity pr0n ”. Finally! My secret weapon! My holy grail! My silver bullet! Or… something. autotest.el is available on my emacswiki page . All it does is run autotest inside of a special compile-mode/shell-mode combo that is specifically taught how to hyperlink ruby “file:line” references. This makes test errors clickable and brings you straight to the failed assertion. I find this fan-fucking-tastic for developing TDD. So much so that I really do view this as my secret weapon. As seen above, I have autotest on the right pane and code on the left and as I code I get instant feedback that’ll take me straight to an error with a single click. I have C-c C-a globally bound to bring up the autotest window or switch back to the previous buffer. This lets me easily have the impl on one side and the test on the other and still...

Full article: http://blog.zenspider.com/blog/2012/06/autotest-el.html

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