[ANN] rspec and rspec-rails 1.2.9.rc1 Released

rspec and rspec-rails version 1.2.9.rc1 have been released!

We’re using the new rubygems prerelease feature to do proper release
candidates. This feature was introduced to rubygems a couple of versions
back,
but I’d recommend updating to rubygems-1.3.5 before installing the rspec
prerelease gems.

For those unfamiliar with this new rubygems feature, you have to add the
–prerelease flat in order to see and install these gems:

$ gem search --remote --prerelease rspec

  *** REMOTE GEMS ***

  rspec (1.2.9.rc1)
  rspec-rails (1.2.9.rc1)

$ [sudo] gem install --prerelease rspec
$ [sudo] gem install --prerelease rspec-rails

This way only those who choose to install the prerelease gems will get
them,
while those who exclude the --prerelease flag will get the previous
final
release (rspec-1.2.8, rspec-rails-1.2.7.1).

Once you install the prerelease gems, Rubygems will treat 1.2.9.rc1 as a
higher version than 1.2.8, but a lower version than 1.2.9. That way when
we do
the final release you’ll be able to just install 1.2.9 and it will take
its
rightful place ahead of 1.2.9.rc1 without you having to uninstall rc1.

I invite you to install these prerelease gems and report any issues you
run
into to http://rspec.lighthouseapp.com/rspec. Advanced thanks to those
who
help the rest by breaking these in.

Cheers,
David

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Behaviour Driven Development for Ruby and Ruby on Rails

rspec-1.2.9-rc1

  • enhancements

    • manage backtrace-ignore patterns with Spec::Runner.configure
      (Martin Emde). Closes #870.
    • friendly mock argument expectation failure message (Tim H.).
      Closes #868.
    • added double() as alias for stub() and mock()
    • failure messages for doubles, mocks and stubs use the right name
    • add let() method to assign memoized attributes (suggestion from
      Stuart Halloway). Closes #857.
    • add its method so you can say:
      describe Array do
      its(:length) { should == 0 }
      (Stephen T.). Closes #833
    • spec command automatically uses spec/spec.opts if it is present
      (suggestion from Yehuda K.)
    • rspec now adds PROJECT_ROOT/lib and PROJECT_ROOT/spec to the load
      path
      • determines PROJECT_ROOT by recursing up until it finds a directory
        that has a ./spec directory (thanks to Scott T.)
      • supports require ‘spec_helper’
      • supports running specs from the PROJECT_ROOT or any directory
        below it
      • closes #733
  • not really a bug fix or enhancement

rspec-rails-1.2.9-rc1

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