minitest-bisect version 1.4.0 has been released!
Published 2016-06-15 @ 15:00
Hunting down random test failures can be very very difficult, sometimes impossible, but minitest-bisect makes it easy.
minitest-bisect helps you isolate and debug random test failures.
If your tests only fail randomly, you can reproduce the error
consistently by using
--seed <num>, but what then? How do you figure
out which combination of tests out of hundreds are responsible for the
failure? You know which test is failing, but what others are causing
it to fail or were helping it succeed in a different order? That’s
what minitest-bisect does best.
1.4.0 / 2016-06-15
3 minor enhancements:
- Added better timing output, so you can estimate much of a coffee break you get.
- Added path_expander support.
- Added verification step to ensure you’re not trying to bisect a non-test-order-dependency bug.
- home: https://github.com/seattlerb/minitest-bisect
- rdoc: http://docs.seattlerb.org/minitest-bisect