Feedback on 1.2.9.rc1

Hey all,

I haven’t received any feedback on the rspec and rspec-rails-1.2.9.rc1
gems. Is anybody using them? Any issues?

TIA,
David

On Sep 28, 2009, at 8:22 am, David C. wrote:

I haven’t received any feedback on the rspec and rspec-rails-1.2.9.rc1
gems. Is anybody using them? Any issues?

I was going to upgrade to test it, but MacPorts rubygems is still on
1.3.4, is there a downside to installing this pr-release gem without
upgrading to gems 1.3.5?

Ashley


http://www.patchspace.co.uk/
http://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleymoran

On 29 Sep 2009, at 04:36, David C. wrote:

I ran into some problems using rubygems to uninstall prerelease gems
but I don’t remember when that got fixed. If you’re feeling bold, I’d
say go for it, and then if you run into trouble you can always
manually remove them from your system gems directories. It might even
work just fine :slight_smile:

Hi David

Currently lost so much time with upgrading MacPorts stuff after Snow
Leopard, plus finding it broke something mysterious deep in the bowels
of my Cucumber/Merb stuff that I’m a little hesitant to update until I
can get RubyGems 1.3.5! But if the MacPort is released before RSpec
1.2.9 I’ll let you know what I find.

I’ve been quiet here for ages, feel like I should do something useful
to make up for my absense :slight_smile:

Ashley


http://www.patchspace.co.uk/
http://www.linkedin.com/in/ashleymoran

On Mon, Sep 28, 2009 at 10:11 AM, Ashley M.
[email protected] wrote:

On Sep 28, 2009, at 8:22 am, David C. wrote:

I haven’t received any feedback on the rspec and rspec-rails-1.2.9.rc1
gems. Is anybody using them? Any issues?

I was going to upgrade to test it, but MacPorts rubygems is still on 1.3.4,
is there a downside to installing this pr-release gem without upgrading to
gems 1.3.5?

I ran into some problems using rubygems to uninstall prerelease gems
but I don’t remember when that got fixed. If you’re feeling bold, I’d
say go for it, and then if you run into trouble you can always
manually remove them from your system gems directories. It might even
work just fine :slight_smile:

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