29 Sep '12, 1pm

Use Guard and Jasmine to make CoffeeScript testing fast: I'd also recommend to give https://t.co/XsE

So this is all awesome, but Jasmine doesn’t run on the command line (well, it does, but I started off wanting to use the browser). Furthermore, I had to make sure that all of my CoffeeScript files were being compiled to the right places. Fortunately there is a tool perfect for this that I’ve heard a lot about, but never used: Guard . From the documentation: “Guard is a command line tool to easily handle events on file system modifications.” It uses a DSL to watch files and act when they are updated, and looks like this:

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