Allows you to focus on a few tests with ease without having to use command-line arguments. Good for tools like guard that don't have enough brains to understand test output. Cf. ZenTest's autotest (an example of a test runner with strong testing logic).
Inspired by github.com/seattlerb/minitest/issues/213
`focus` class method allows you to specify that the next test defined should be run.
require "minitest/autorun" require "minitest/focus" class MyTest < MiniTest::Unit::TestCase def test_unrelated; ...; end focus def test_method; ...; end # only this one will run def test_method_edgecase; ...; end end
sudo gem install minitest-focus
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