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2020-04-06
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Felipe Cortez00:04:03

@braden.shepherdson if you prefer midje's syntax, https://github.com/metosin/testit might be worth to look into. and like plexus said, for more complex assertions like contains :gaps-ok, https://github.com/nubank/matcher-combinators/ works wonders

David Pham10:04:55

In kaocha with watch mode, is it only possible to run only run the test associated with the change of a file? For example if I create test files that mimic my codebase structure (with test instead of src as root!)

plexus12:04:58

there is a Pitch for this and some work has happened, https://nextjournal.com/lambdaisland/kaocha-autotest

plexus12:04:47

This is one of the things we would like to invest in assuming we can get more backers on OpenCollective

plexus12:04:49

as always I'm also happy to mentor anyone who would like to contribute this, like I said there's a WIP branch but it needs polishing up, making sure it works with clojurescript, etc. https://github.com/lambdaisland/kaocha/tree/autotest

plexus12:04:09

this could also be a potential project for Rails Girls Summer of Code, assuming we get a team