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Spec Focuser

by wireframe ALL

Sublime Text plugin for toggling focus on currently selected spec

Details

  • 2017.02.08.17.16.46
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 7 years ago
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  • Total 279
  • Win 81
  • Mac 158
  • Linux 40
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sublime-spec-focuser

Sublime Text plugin for toggling focus on currently selected spec.

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/5069677/how-do-i-run-only-specific-tests-in-rspec

NOTE: This is NOT a Sublime plugin for yet-another Rspec runner. This plugin assumes you use a existing continuous testing framework (ex: guard) to act as your test-runner. This is a much more stable solution than trying to run Rspec from within the context of SublimeText.

Features

  • searches for closest defined spec
  • adds :focus configuration to closest it, context, feature, or describe block
  • shortcut for toggling focus on currently highlighted spec (CMD+ALT+CTRL+F)
  • re-runnable to remove the focus keywords after complete
  • clears all :focus tags from the current file
  • shortcut for clearing focus tags on current file (CMD+ALT+CTRL+C)
  • ability to use the “old style” focus: true configuration

Installation

Install via the great Package Control Plugin Manager

Usage

Add :focus tag * Open control panel (ex: CMD+SHIFT+P) * select “Toggle Focus on currently selected spec” command * :focus will be automatically added to the currently selected spec * Re-run command to remove the focus keywords

Clear all :focus tags from the current file * Open control panel (ex: CMD+SHIFT+P) * select “Remove all focus tags from current file” command * all instances of :focus will be removed from the current file

Use focus: true instead of the new :focus syntax * Add "spec_focus_old_style": true to your preferences file