On Nov 27, 9:01  宮
> turnversion 0.4.0
> by TimPease
>  𺯯
>
> == DESCRIPTION:
>
> TURNis a new way to view Test::Unit results. With longer running tests, it
> can be very frustrating to see a failure (....F...) and then have to waitill
> all the tests finish before you can see what the exact failure was.TURN
> displays each test on a separate line with failures being displayed
> immediately instead of at the end of the tests.
>
> == WHAT'S NEW:
>
> WhileTurnstill provides the exact same functionality for running
> tests via ruby or testrb as previous versions. Theturncommandline
> utility has been completely rewritten with expanded capabilites.
>
> Theturncommand now features three run modes:
>
> * Solo runner for running each test file in a separate process.
> * Cross runner for running test file pairs in separate processes.
> * Normal runner, which of course runs all test in a single process.
>
> It also support three report modes:
>
> * Progress reporter which uses a progress bar.
> * Minimal reporter which provides traditional "dot" progress.
> * Outline reporter populaized byturn.
>
> The is also a special Marshal Mode which dumps test results as YAML.
> And the underlying API makes it easy create new reporters.
>
> To get a quick rundown on how to use the new commandline:
>
>  >
> Enjoy!
>
> == CHANGES
> * add solo and cross runners
> * move Colorize into separate file
> * use ::ANSICode instead of ::Console::ANSICode

Thanks Tim. I'm working with Kouhei to figure how to make this the
default test runner for Test::Unit 2.x, since the runners have been
split out from the main code. I'm pretty sure they're pluggable, and
should be configurable via a YAML file. Once I figure that out, I'll
post it here.

Regards,

Dan