[erlang-patches] Emacs EUnit: Run Recent
Mon May 31 11:59:33 CEST 2010
On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 10:06:45PM -0400, Chris Bernard wrote:
> This patch adds the ability to re-run the most recent EUnit test
> invocation. This is especially handy when running one test repeatedly
> as it eliminates the need to position point over the test just to run
> it again (most often point is in code under test).
> The default keybinding is C-c-C-el
> git fetch git://github.com/cebernard/otp.git emacs-eunit-run-recent
Thank you, will be included in 'pu' as cb/emacs-eunit-run-recent.
> There is also a second commit in this the patch which allows an
> optional 'autosave' feature. If the variable 'erlang-eunit-autosave'
> is non-nil, buffers will be automatically saved just before running
> tests -- the "Do you want to save?" prompt will be inhibited. This
> can be useful, reducing the save-compile-load-test cycle to just one
> Raimo, based on your suggestion to Klas, I branched this work off
> Klas' branch (git://github.com/klajo/otp.git emacs-eunit-with-cover-
> from-run-current-test -- parent commit: 940ab361) rather than
> branching off 'dev' and merging his changes in to my patch branch.
> Our changes overlap and I don't see his patch in dev yet. Hopefully
> this makes things easier.
I presume so. It looks nice and clean.
> Chris Bernard
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