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Beantest tests your specs every time you save. If your machine has growl (Mac OS X) or notify-send (Ubuntu), beantest will also send an alert on test complete containing the tests passed, the tests total, and if any tests failed.

Beantest assumes you are using jasmine-node for your tests.

How to use

$ npm install -g beantest
$ cd your_repo/
$ beantest

How it works

Run beantest on the command-line, and it will search for a folder called spec on the current directory. It will run jasmine-node on the contents of that folder.

If any .js or .coffee file in your project is modified, the tests will re-run. .js files will not trigger if there is a .coffee version of that file.