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Automatic runnter for Test::Unit of Ruby


testrb1.8 [options] [-- untouched arguments] test ...

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testrb1.8 loads and runs unit-tests. If test is directory name, testrb1.8 testrb1.8 traverses the directory.


-r, --runner=RUNNER

Use the given RUNNER. (t[k], c[onsole], g[tk], f[ox])

-a, --add=TORUN

Add TORUN to the list of things to run; can be a file or a directory.

-p, --pattern=PATTERN

Match files to collect against PATTERN. (default pattern is /\Atest_.*\.rb\Z/.)

-n, --name=NAME

Runs tests matching NAME. (patterns may be used.)

-t, --testcase=TESTCASE

Runs tests in TestCases matching TESTCASE. (patterns may be used.)

-v, --verbose=[LEVEL]

Set the output level (default is verbose). (p[rogress], n[ormal], v[erbose], s[ilent])


Stop processing options so that the remaining options will be passed to the test.

-h, --help

Display help.


This manpage was contributed by akira yamada <akira[:at:]debian[:dot:]org>

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