Fwd: Getting RSpec 1.1.4+ to Work with Autotest (ZenTest 3.10.0) on Windows (Win32)

Rspactor is a great alternative to autotest if you’re on a Mac. It uses
the
OS to tell it when files have changed, instead of continually scanning
the
project tree. That makes it faster and less of a burden on the system.

///ark

On Fri, Jul 11, 2008 at 11:25 PM, Mark W. [email protected]
wrote:

Rspactor is a great alternative to autotest if you’re on a Mac. It uses the
OS to tell it when files have changed, instead of continually scanning the
project tree. That makes it faster and less of a burden on the system.

If I’m in a Mac… running Windows on parallels? :wink:

I think the same can be achieved under Windows using the File monitoring
api…

Anyhow, autotest tend to leak some memory due it’s scanning (but you
can restart it after 6 hours of continuous monitoring).


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