I thought it might be helpful to gather some of the tools we all use to speed up our tests into a toolkit. One suite of scripts, libraries, and patches. This is not a collection of tips and tricks. Rather, the code you read about in other blogs may found be here.
Inspired by Nick Gauthier’s “Grease-Your-Suite” presentation(s).
Faster tests? Good.
No runtime dependencies (except for the libraries you choose to patch).
Head on over to the github page to learn more about gyst, including installation, download, and contribution instructions.
These posts contain a play-by-play account of the creation of the toolkit, using TDD. Review them for information about testing the command line with aruba, starting a project blog with gh_pages and jekyll (with feeds, comments, and analytics), delivering bash scripts, and montioring it all.
Matt Scilipoti (email@example.com)
We welcome comments, issues, and contributions through github