SYNOPSISspecrb [OPTIONS] [FILES | -a ] [-- untouched arguments]
DESCRIPTIONThe Ruby script specrb allows you to run tests written with test/spec from the command line. It can also be used for plain Test::Unit test suites. You can either specify the names of the test files you want to run, or let specrb find automatically all the tests in your project, by using the -a switch (see TEST/SPEC OPTIONS below).
You can also use various options on the command line to pass parameters to the Ruby interpreterm or to modify the behavior of test/spec and/or test/unit.
- -e, --eval LINE
- evaluate a LINE of code
- -d, --debug
- set debugging flags (set $DEBUG to true)
- -w, --warn
- turn warnings on for your script
- -I, --include PATH
- specify $LOAD_PATH (may be used more than once)
- -r, --require LIBRARY
- require the LIBRARY, before executing your script
- -s, --specdox
- do AgileDox-like output
- do AgileDox-like output with RDoc formatting
- -a, --automatic
- gather tests from ./test/, include ./lib/
- -n, --name NAME
- runs tests matching regexp NAME
- -t, --testcase TESTCASE
- runs tests in TestCases matching regexp TESTCASE
- -h, --help
- show a message similar to this manpage
- show version
AUTHORSThe test/spec library has been written by Christian Neukirchen <http://purl.org/net/chneukirchen>.
This manual page, inspired by the help message of specrb, has been written for the Debian Project by Cédric Boutillier (but may used by others).