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A tool to run your tests way more often than necessary.

Project description

A tool to run your tests way more often than necessary.

Punch Line
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Run this:

```bash
$ testincessantly dir test-cmd ...
```

and every time you create/modify/delete a file under `dir`, `test-cmd ...` will get executed.


Installation
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Just `pip install testincessantly`.


Typical Usage
-------------

I typically invoke this as

```bash
$ testincessantly -e '.*' -e '__pycache__' . pytest
```
The `-e` options exclude dotfiles and anything named `__pycache__`.

Okay, that was a lie. I actually typically invoke
```bash
$ testincessantly -e '.*' -e '__pycache__' . chime-success pytest
```
`chime-success` is [a script](https://gist.github.com/speezepearson/83c234c40d16c9f7fba73d8bca7a1a75) on my `PATH` that makes a noise indicating whether the argument-command passed or failed. Now, every time I save a file, I get a chime telling me whether things are still good or not.


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