Visual Test Automation

OK, I guess I just don’t kow to find it, but I’m looking for something
that automates the running of Ruby Test::Unit tests and generates one of
those “red bar / green bar” displays.

I see a billion “automet the browser with javscript” deals, but that’s
not what I am looking for. I just want some process on some machine to
run tests and provide a nig simple display of each test, each assertion
and whether it passed or failed.

I wrote one of these myself for Lasso a couple years ago, but I’m
struggling to find one for Ruby.

Help. Thx.

– gw

On Jul 25, 2009, at 23:08 , Greg W. wrote:

OK, I guess I just don’t kow to find it, but I’m looking for something
that automates the running of Ruby Test::Unit tests and generates
one of
those “red bar / green bar” displays.

I see a billion “automet the browser with javscript” deals, but that’s
not what I am looking for. I just want some process on some machine to
run tests and provide a nig simple display of each test, each
assertion
and whether it passed or failed.

I don’t use any of these, but I think you want to experiment with
the runner stuff in test/unit. tk ships with ruby so it prolly works
as-is. Check it:

On Jul 26, 2:08 am, Greg W. [email protected] wrote:

struggling to find one for Ruby.
Perhaps “Turn” is what you are looking for.

sudo gem install turn

On Mon, Jul 27, 2009 at 3:20 AM, glenn gillen[email protected] wrote:

I see a billion “automet the browser with javscript” deals, but that’s
not what I am looking for. I just want some process on some machine to
run tests and provide a nig simple display of each test, each assertion
and whether it passed or failed.

Wouldn’t a continuous integration server with formatted output piped
to somewhere give you what you want?

Maybe something like:
http://integrityapp.com/

(It’s on my to-look-at-list, but I haven’t tried it yet myself.)

I see a billion “automet the browser with javscript” deals, but that’s
not what I am looking for. I just want some process on some machine to
run tests and provide a nig simple display of each test, each assertion
and whether it passed or failed.

Wouldn’t a continuous integration server with formatted output piped
to somewhere give you what you want?

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