Yeti 0.2.8 released
Yeti 0.2.8 provides an all-new feedback line during test runs. Instead of a new line of feedback from every passing file, you now get a single summary line that keeps you updated on how much progress your test batch has made.
Additionally, Yeti has removed its dependency on
You can install the latest Yeti with one command:
npm install -g yeti
I replaced a few of our Flatiron-related dependencies with tiny replacements that now ship with Yeti.
I made this change to keep the number of Yeti dependencies small. This helps get Yeti adopted in companies which need to vet all of the code that Yeti depends on before using Yeti.
Yeti’s routing, middleware, and templating needs are very simple. Our own simplified versions of these dependencies are only 83 SLOC, replacing the combined 15,364 SLOC of these removed dependencies.
General documentation: http://yeti.cx/docs/v0.2.8/quick-start/
API documentation: http://yeti.cx/docs/v0.2.8/api/
Detailed API documentation: http://yeti.cx/docs/v0.2.8/api/everything/
CI testing: http://travis-ci.org/yui/yeti
Code coverage: http://yeti.cx/docs/v0.2.8/coverage.html
Report a bug: http://yuilibrary.com/projects/yeti/newticket