Valeh H Nasser wrote:Thanks for your reply. Do you think IDE's do a good job helping tracking with relevant tests or do you wish to get more intelligent support?
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:Also, I run all my unit tests when something changed so this isn't a big problem. Infinitest does track which tests are affected when I change code and they do a good job of that.
Jeanne Boyarsky wrote:I'm not using it at work. I think I'm less concerned at work because there we have an automated build to pick up on failing tests in the rare event I manage to miss one. Also, my work machine is more powerful so I can run all the (thousands) of unit tests that go with the workspace in a couple seconds. It takes longer than that to think what I want to do next, so I don't notice it.