[ANN] RSpec-1.1.3

RSpec-1.1.3 has been released.

If you’re using RSpec and autotest, you’ll have to upgrade to
RSpec-1.1.3 and ZenTest-3.9.0 at the same time.

== Version 1.1.3

Maintenance release.

  • Tightened up exceptions list in autotest/rails_spec. Closes #264.
  • Applied patch from Ryan D. for ZenTest-3.9.0 compatibility
  • Applied patch from Kero to add step_upcoming to story listeners.
    Closes #253.
  • Fixed bug where the wrong named error was not always caught by
    “should raise_error”
  • Applied patch from Luis L.: No coloured output on Windows due
    missing RUBYOPT. Closes #244.
  • Applied patch from Craig D. to add support for “should_not
    render_template” to rspec_on_rails. Closes #241.
  • Added --pattern (-p for short) option to control what files get
    loaded. Defaults to ‘**/*_spec.rb’
  • Exit with non-0 exit code if examples or tests (in test/unit
    interop mode) fail. Closes #203.
  • Moved at_exit hook to a method in Spec::Runner which only runs if
    specs get loaded. Closes #242.
  • Applied patch from kakutani ensuring that base_view_path gets
    cleared after each view example. Closes #235.
  • More tweaks to regexp step names
  • Fixed focused specs in nested ExampleGroups. Closes #225.

More info at http://rspec.info.

Cheers,
David

On Thursday 31 January 2008 14:42:55 David C. wrote:

  • Applied patch from Ryan D. for ZenTest-3.9.0 compatibility
    interop mode) fail. Closes #203.
  • Moved at_exit hook to a method in Spec::Runner which only runs if
    specs get loaded. Closes #242.
  • Applied patch from kakutani ensuring that base_view_path gets
    cleared after each view example. Closes #235.
  • More tweaks to regexp step names
  • Fixed focused specs in nested ExampleGroups. Closes #225.

Hello all, hello David.
I am not sure were to go with this, but after upgrading to RSpec-1.1.3
and
ZenTest-3.9.0 i am observing memory leaks in autotest process:
32001 quetzal 18 0 97472 93m 1464 S 25 9.2 1:43.28 autotest
After 5 minutes:
32001 quetzal 18 0 102m 100m 1464 S 13 9.9 2:07.35 autotest
A few minutes later:
32001 quetzal 18 0 112m 110m 1464 R 29 11.0 2:40.67 autotest
And so on…

There are only two requirements in my .autotest file:
require ‘autotest/redgreen’
require ‘autotest/timestamp’

Could some one confirm this behavior?

  • Best regards, Nikolay P… <<<-----------------------------------
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On Jan 31, 2008 10:48 PM, Nikolay P. [email protected] wrote:

loaded. Defaults to ‘**/*_spec.rb’
I am not sure were to go with this, but after upgrading to RSpec-1.1.3 and
ZenTest-3.9.0 i am observing memory leaks in autotest process:

http://blog.zenspider.com/archives/2008/01/zentest_version_391_has_been_released.html

Nikolay P. wrote:

http://blog.zenspider.com/archives/2008/01/zentest_version_391_has_been_
released.html

WOW. Thanks for quick response. :slight_smile:
Fixed.

  • Best regards, Nikolay P… <<<-----------------------------------
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Agreed. Thanks David.

On Friday 01 February 2008 07:00:32 wrote:

loaded. Defaults to ‘**/*_spec.rb’
I am not sure were to go with this, but after upgrading to RSpec-1.1.3
and ZenTest-3.9.0 i am observing memory leaks in autotest process:

http://blog.zenspider.com/archives/2008/01/zentest_version_391_has_been_
released.html

WOW. Thanks for quick response. :slight_smile:
Fixed.

  • Best regards, Nikolay P… <<<-----------------------------------
    ======================================================================

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