[TIP] nosetty! (gezunteit)

David Primmer primmer at google.com
Thu Mar 22 10:21:21 PDT 2007

I've used nose with eclipse as an external tool that is invoked via a
project builder for continuous builds. Make sure Project > 'Build
Automatically' is checked and then, in the project properties, you ad
your external tool (a nose test command) as a builder, then you edit
the builder, choose the 'build options' tab, and check 'during auto
builds' and this will run your nose tests in the console window every
time you save a file in your project. You can also specify a specific
resource so that the test is only run when you edit certain source

There's also nosy http://jeffwinkler.net/2006/04/27/keeping-your-nose-green/


On 3/22/07, Kumar McMillan <kumar.mcmillan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/22/07, Max Ischenko <ischenko at gmail.com> wrote:
> > > nosetty: A plugin to run nosetests more interactively
> >
> >  I was struggiling with exactly the same problem and ended up with this:
> > http://maxischenko.in.ua/blog/entries/109/nose-vim-integration
> >
> >  This is yet another nose plugin which allows Vim to hook up nose as a
> > 'complier'. So you can run nosetests from within Vim and then browse error
> > list and jump back and forth between them.
> >
> >  It even works (usually).
> >
> >  Max.
> oh, thanks!  I was trying to google for that plugin the other day,
> couldn't remember the name.  I think some people may prefer to run
> tests in their editor so I added a link to the machineout plugin on
> the nosetty site:
> http://code.google.com/p/nosetty/wiki/Recipes
> I haven't tried getting machineout to work in TextMate though it is
> possible since there are already hooks for debuggers.  I prefer the
> shell better I think simply in this case because TextMate uses WebKit
> for interfaces to these kind of customizable things so it's not as
> nice as being in the shell.
> Kumar
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