Coworker Dustin Woodhouse has released his utility WatirNUt to the outside world and is anxious to get everybody to use it. What is WatirNUt?
“WatirNUt is a utility that creates a portable, testable NUnit binary wrapper around watir test scripts and supporting files. This binary can easily be executed in NAnt’s <nunit2> task, with aggregated results displayed in your web dashboard.”
A while back, when WatirNUt was still in development, Dustin helped me get my Watir tests running in NUnit with his utility. In a recent blog post I failed to mention how I magically got my Ruby/Watir scripts to run in NUnit. That magic was WatirNUt.
If you’re writing tests using Ruby and Watir give WatirNUt a whirl and get those tests integrated into your build process.