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I missed this from powershell so I wrote a quick module (literally took about 30 mins so is hopefully pretty simple), if you want to run Invoke-Pester in a terminal whenever your code or tests run then you can now do:
Nice and simple hey :) If you have any arguments that you want pester to see just add them to the call to
Invoke-PesterWatcher and this silently forwards them on for you.
The source code is available:
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