On Nov 12, 2008, at 12:55 PM, Ryan Davis wrote:

> I've been talking to both John and Dave Thomas about this  
> (separately). Currently minitest/unit.rb is analogous to test/unit/ 
> testcase.rb, not test/unit.rb and I really like it that way. It  
> means I can finally write abstract testcases w/o autorun side  
> effects (and w/o the undef_method madness from test/unit). But, I  
> agree that the current situation is confusing and less than ideal. I  
> think the simplest thing that could possibly work is to have an  
> explicit require for autorun behavior:
>
> # minitest/autorun.rb:
>
> require 'minitest/unit'
> require 'minitest/spec'
> require 'minitest/mock'
>
> MiniTest::Unit.autorun
>
> ---
>
> What do you guys think?

(As you know.. :) I'd vote for autorun being the default, as most  
people use it, and making it possible to disable autorun when you  
define the tests.


Dave