Experience with RSpec


#1

Anyone with experience with RSpec care to share?

Thanks.


#2

On May 28, 2006, at 12:55 PM, Cuong T. wrote:

Anyone with experience with RSpec care to share?

I’ve done a bit with RSpec and I like it a lot. However, until the
Rails plug-in is ready, it’s not a substitute for standard Unit
Tests. Personally, I’m hoping the Rails plug-in comes along soon,
since the way RSpec handles mocks is very cool, and vastly superior
to the “stubs” that you would place in the test/mocks directory.

If you have questions about using RSpec for your standard Ruby
projects, there is an RSpec mailing list you can post to.

-Brian


#3

On 5/28/06, Brian H. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

On May 28, 2006, at 12:55 PM, Cuong T. wrote:

Anyone with experience with RSpec care to share?

I’ve done a bit with RSpec and I like it a lot. However, until the
Rails plug-in is ready, it’s not a substitute for standard Unit
Tests. Personally, I’m hoping the Rails plug-in comes along soon,
since the way RSpec handles mocks is very cool, and vastly superior
to the “stubs” that you would place in the test/mocks directory.

Is this the AR plugin being mentioned at
http://rspec.rubyforge.org/tools/rails.html? Based on your response, I
assume it’s not working yet?

If you have questions about using RSpec for your standard Ruby


#4

On May 28, 2006, at 01:24 PM, Cuong T. wrote:

Is this the AR plugin being mentioned at http://rspec.rubyforge.org/
tools/rails.html?

Yes. That’s it. But it’s not an “AR plugin”, it’s a standard Rails
plugin. Or, it will be, once it’s released.

Based on your response, I assume it’s not working yet?

You don’t need to take my word for it, all you need to do is read the
extremely short paragraph on that web page…

-Brian