On 9/6/06, Tim Bray <tbray / textuality.com> wrote:
> I just finished a much-too-long series of essays on Ruby from a whole
> bunch of angles, some here might enjoy it: http://www.tbray.org/
> ongoing/When/200x/2006/08/17/JRuby
>
>    -Tim
>
>

I would highly recommend autotest, which is part of ZenTest, to take
tdd to the next level.  Autotest has your desired "one keystroke"
beat, as its zero keystrokes to run any test.  It monitors your files
and automatically runs tests when it sees the tests or related files
changed.

I'm using it for rails work and its great.  There are some minor
annoyances, such as not picking up integration tests or tests in /lib
correctly right now, but its not very hard to hack stuff into the
source.

- rob

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