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I'd like to do something along the lines of "lein auto test", but stop at the first failure since I'm in the debugging phase of things
@arrdem: is the root problem that tests are slow?
As a diversion, bolth is awesome for fast testing
Cursive has good test integration to reduce test noise :)
@arrdem: As far as I know you can't do it. As workaround you can execute the
lein test :only ... so limiting to the concrete test.
@arrdem if you run your tests from REPL u can just use
to only execute tests for ns you're interested in.
Personally, I haven’t completely let go of my TDD habits so I tend to only have to deal with one or two failures at a time so noise from tests is not too bad.
@borkdude: have a look at how the cljs docset is built https://github.com/cljsinfo/api-refs#offline-docset-for-dash
@borkdude: oh, I would kill for core.async docs in Dash. I think in general the Clojure docset could be more extensive and get some 1.7 love. (and no, I can't work on this right now)
@borkdude: I even use cloverage and lint plugins like eastwood, check, kibit and bikeshed on my ‘toy’ projects.
I think it’s habit from insisting dev teams use similar tools in Java world.