No output from rspec

At one point, I had rspec working with my system and I’ve must have
changed
the configuration because now I don’t see anything in the output using
rspec
1.3.

Just to be clear, I see nothing when I type
spec spec
rake spec
bundle exec spec spec
bundle exec rake spec
(or any of the above with a specific spec file.)

I didn’t see a debug option to see what is going wrong.

I’m using bundler. (Gemfile http://gist.github.com/631809). I’ve tried
uninstalling rspec 1.3 and rspec 2.0 (et al) My specs are in my rails
directory (ie project/spec) I’m on leopard (10.5.8) Just to be safe, I
blew
out the bundler directories ( rm -rf ~/.bundle/ ~/.gem/ .bundle/
vendor/cache/ Gemfile.lock) and the ~/.rvm directory

Ironically, everything works nicely on my build machine.

I’m eagerly waiting for my move to Rails 3, this just isn’t a good time
for
me yet

I just tried creating a new project using the same Gemfile and it looks
like
it is working in a vanilla rails project. I’m not sure where to begin to
see
what my current project is doing to create this problem.

Any thoughts?

Thanks!

Todd

Ps. I’m assuming that I can’t use rspec 2.0.0 and rspec-rails-1.3

On Oct 18, 2010, at 1:24 AM, Todd S. wrote:

At one point, I had rspec working with my system and I’ve must have changed the
configuration because now I don’t see anything in the output using rspec 1.3.

Just to be clear, I see nothing when I type
spec spec
rake spec
bundle exec spec spec
bundle exec rake spec
(or any of the above with a specific spec file.)

I didn’t see a debug option to see what is going wrong.

$ spec -h
Usage: spec (FILE(:LINE)?|DIRECTORY|GLOB)+ [options]

-u, --debugger Enable ruby-debugging.

I’m using bundler. (Gemfile http://gist.github.com/631809). I’ve tried
uninstalling rspec 1.3 and rspec 2.0 (et al) My specs are in my rails directory
(ie project/spec) I’m on leopard (10.5.8) Just to be safe, I blew out the bundler
directories ( rm -rf ~/.bundle/ ~/.gem/ .bundle/ vendor/cache/ Gemfile.lock) and
the ~/.rvm directory

Ironically, everything works nicely on my build machine.

I’m eagerly waiting for my move to Rails 3, this just isn’t a good time for me
yet

I just tried creating a new project using the same Gemfile and it looks like it
is working in a vanilla rails project. I’m not sure where to begin to see what my
current project is doing to create this problem.

Any thoughts?

First thought: that sucks!

Second thought: this has happened before.

Third thought: http://www.google.com/search?q=rspec+no+output

I’m sure you’ll find your answer in there. If someone else has the
answer at the top of his/her head, please follow up here.

Cheers,
David

Thanks!

Todd

Ps. I’m assuming that I can’t use rspec 2.0.0 and rspec-rails-1.3

ps - there is a project up on github that works with early beta versions
of rspec-2: http://github.com/rsanheim/rspec-rails23 but it has yet to
be updated to rspec-2.0.0. Someone should fork and update it. I will
eventually if nobody else does, but it’s going to be a few weeks before
I can get to it.

Maybe you have syntax problems. can you do a ruby -c ? Anything in
test.log?

On Oct 18, 2010 7:49 AM, “David C.” [email protected] wrote:

On Oct 18, 2010, at 1:24 AM, Todd S. wrote:

At one point, I had rspec working with my system…
$ spec -h
Usage: spec (FILE(:LINE)?|DIRECTORY|GLOB)+ [options]

-u, --debugger Enable ruby-debugging.

I’m using bundler. (Gemfile http://gist.github.com/631809). I’ve tried
uninstalling rspec 1.3 and …
First thought: that sucks!

Second thought: this has happened before.

Third thought: http://www.google.com/search?q=rspec+no+output

I’m sure you’ll find your answer in there. If someone else has the
answer at
the top of his/her head, please follow up here.

Cheers,
David

Thanks!

Todd

Ps. I’m assuming that I can’t use rspec 2.0.0 and rspec-rails-1.3

ps - there is a project up on github that works with early beta versions
of
rspec-2: http://github.com/rsanheim/rspec-rails23 but it has yet to be
updated to rspec-2.0.0. Someone should fork and update it. I will
eventually
if nobody else does, but it’s going to be a few weeks before I can get
to
it.

I had a similar issue recently. If you are using bundler and only
specify
rspec-rails to load in the :test environment, i.e. not in the
:development
environment, when you run rake rspec you will get no output. You must
specify rspec-rails in :test AND :development (it doesn’ t load the
whole
gem in :development, just the rake tasks and generators).

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