Quoteing drbrain / segment7.net, on Wed, May 05, 2004 at 10:23:44PM -0700:
> Doug Kearns (djkea2 / mugca.its.monash.edu.au) wrote:
> 
> > We're having a bit of a discussion over on vim-ruby-devel about the
> > appropriate default 'makeprg' setting for the rubyunit compiler plugin.
> > 
> > I'm curious how many people use the make utility to run their Test::Unit
> > tests. More generally, how do vim users currently run unit tests?
> 
> Despite all these targets, I rarely run make test from vim.  When
> running the test suite with -dw, vim typically jumps to the wrong file,
> and I'm so used to switching between different screens that I rarely
> even think about using vim's make features.

The make features are pretty cool for running unit tests... but only
when they actually jump you to the right line!

Given that vim doesn't, I run my unit tests in another window, now, too.

Sam