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phpunit autotest(using guard-shell)

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$ vi Gemfile
source 'https://rubygems.org'
group :development do
  gem 'guard-shell'
  # Notify
  gem 'libnotify',  require: false
  gem 'rb-inotify', require: false
  gem 'rb-fsevent', require: false
  gem 'growl',      require: false
end
$ bundle
$ rbenv rehash
vi Guardfile
guard 'shell' do
  watch(%r{^protected/(models|components)/(.*)\.php$}){|m|
    testfile = "tests/unit/#{m[0]}/#{m[1]}Test.php"
    run_phpunit(testfile)
  }
  watch(%r{^tests/(.*)Test\.php$}){|m| run_phpunit(m[0]) }
end

def run_phpunit(filename)
  unless FileTest.exist?(filename)
    puts "\n>> Not found #{filename}"
    return
  end

  puts "\n>> run: #{filename}"
  result = `phpunit --bootstrap tests/bootstrap.php #{filename}`
  result =~ /\((.+test.?,.+assertion.?)\)/
  if success = $+
    n "#{success}", File.basename(filename)
    puts ">> passed: #{success}"
  else
    result =~ /(Tests:.+Assertions:.+Failures:.+)/
    failure = $+
    n "Failed", File.basename(filename)
    puts ">> failed"
    puts ">> Error report\n#{result}"
  end
end
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