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MiniTest extension for Mountain Lion's Notification Center
Test notifier for minitest via OSX Notification Center
A minitest reporter that reports the test stauts to the Mac OS X notification on 10.9+
With ruby or macruby test unit or minitest, results are damnly tied to output and you can't get ...
Run tests in parallel with a single database
Save test run data to find slow tests and other interesting information
Power Assert for Minitest.
Adds support for .predicate? methods to MiniTest (via method_missing)
Pretty-print hashes and arrays before diffing them in MiniTest
Hooks into minitest and finds the slow-running tests.
Adds Minitest as the default testing library in Rails
The gem minitest-rails-assertions extends MiniTest to add some assertions to Rails tests.
Adds Capybara feature tests in Minitest and Rails.
Making shoulda-matchers available for minitest-rails
A collection of helpers for integrating Rails and Minitest.
A collection of little helpers to make working with Rails and Minitest a bit easier.
Colorize and pluralize minitest output: failing red, pending yellow, passing green and errors pur...
Adds red/green colors to standard minitest output
Minitest Report API is a small patch to Minitest that allows reporters to be
set in code, i.e. te...
Death to haphazard monkey-patching! Extend Minitest through simple hooks.
A Minitest Reporter that Shows Failure Detail and Emoji
A Minitest Reporter that Outputs to a Websocket
Print copy pasteable rerun snippets after failed runs
Adds color to your MiniTest output
Name changed to minitest-rspec_mocks. Please grab the latest version under that name.
Use rspec-mocks with minitest. A description of what this does doesn't get longer than that.
Provide metrics for evaluating ruby golf solutions concerning code length when running minitests.
minitest-server provides a client/server setup with your minitest
process, allowing your test run...
Shoulda style syntax for minitest test::unit. Contexts are not yet supported, but you can use `sh...
Adding all manner of shoulds to MiniTest