yamltest lets you configure unit test with yaml documents. Simply define a “yt_parse” method that will transform your “src” (source) into a “res” (result).
Ease of context definition.
Multiple step testing with different keys.
Tests are only created if a test with the same name does not exist.
Named tests (easy to get information on failed tests).
If someone asks, I can try to fix my TextMate Bundle that runs the tests (all or one at a time) from the yaml file and put it online.
class TestSomething < Test::Unit::TestCase yamltest :directory => 'relative/path/to/yaml/files' def yt_parse(key, source, context) do_something_with(source, context) end yt_make end
sudo gem install yamltest
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