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Distributed test running with autodiscovery via Bonjour (for Cucumber first)

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=== Testjour

  • http://github.com/brynary/testjour

=== Description

Distributed test running with autodiscovery via Bonjour (for Cucumber first)

=== Synopsis

On machines to be used as Testjour slaves:

$ mkdir testjour-working-dir
$ testjour slave:start

On your development machine, verify it can see the testjour slave:

$ testjour list

Testjour servers:

bhelmkamp    available    bryans-computer.local.:62434

Now run your tests:

$ testjour run features

Note: This only really makes sense if you use more than one slave. Otherwise it's slower than just running them locally.

=== Install

To install the latest release (once there is a release):

$ sudo gem install testjour

For now, just pull down the code from the GitHub repo:

$ git clone git://github.com/brynary/testjour.git
$ cd testjour
$ rake gem
$ rake install_gem

=== Authors

  • Maintained by Bryan Helmkamp (http://brynary.com/)
  • Thanks to Weplay (http://weplay.com) for sponsoring development and supporting open sourcing it from the start

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