Simple continuous testing tool
Continuous testing helper, adapted from , but which makes no assumption about what tests you might want to run continuously while developing. See also .
Any command supplied to the script will be run once and then repeated any time the code in the current working directory changes. You may wish to edit the IGNORE_* tuples to suit your particular setup.
Note that ANY command you supply the script will be run, so be careful. You have been warned!
- ./setup.py install # from source
- easy_install conttest # or use pip instead of easy_install
- Usage examples:
- conttest nosetests conttest ‘nosetests -q && pep8 -r .’
Placing a file .conttest-excludes in the current working directory will exclude subdirectories, e.g.:
.svn .git build install
will skip checking for changes in those directories. This can save quite a bit of time and CPU during normal operation. Currently this works for top-level directories only!
 Adapted from https://github.com/brunobord/tdaemon/blob/master/tdaemon.py  More on this at http://johnj.com/navblog/continuous-testing-in-python-and-clojure/
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