multiruby is awesome
Published 2006-03-16 @ 02:06
Testing across multiple versions of ruby has flushed a bunch of potentially lethal bugs in ParseTree. Nothing huge in the actual logic of ParseTree, but logical testing errors that could have hidden nasty problems (or shown false negatives that were near impossible to debug). Absolutely lovely. And the ability to simply drop in a new tarball of ruby and have it automatically configured, built, installed, and used on your next run is even more lovely.
ZenTest 3.1.0 will release with multiruby within the next week, along with improvements to autotest.