Open source projects using RSpec

Hello,

Anyone knows of open source projects that uses RSpec and RSpec Stories?
I’d
love to see how it is being used in different projects.

Thank you

Olivier D.

Someone on the list was just referencing Typo -

http://svn.typosphere.org/typo/trunk/spec/controllers/comments_controller_spec.rb

Doesn’t look like they use stories, though.

I know there are stories in the restful-authentication plugin

http://github.com/technoweenie/restful-authentication/tree/master/generators/authenticated/templates/stories

Erin

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Strac uses rspec examples and stories.

http://github.com/mvanholstyn/strac

Zach

On Fri, Jul 4, 2008 at 11:23 AM, David C. [email protected]

On Jul 4, 2008, at 6:29 AM, Olivier D. wrote:

Hello,

Anyone knows of open source projects that uses RSpec and RSpec
Stories? I’d love to see how it is being used in different projects.

There are lots of projects:

rspec itself,
rubinius / rubyspec
a series of rails plugins, like:
webrat,
fixture replacement
deeptest

You might also try searching the list - Obie F. asked about
this a while back.

Scott

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Thanks everyone for your suggestions. Those should certainly help.

Olivier D.

On Jul 4, 2008, at 5:29 AM, Olivier D. wrote:

Hello,

Anyone knows of open source projects that uses RSpec and RSpec
Stories? I’d love to see how it is being used in different projects.

Here are a few that I know of:

rspec examples (no stories)

rspec examples and stories

I think the most exciting development over the last year is the
rubyspec project (http://github.com/rubyspec/rubyspec), which is an
executable language specification for the Ruby language. This effort
started as part of the (http://github.com/evanphx/rubinius) project.
The rubinius team wanted to use rspec because they liked the feel, but
they couldn’t because rspec uses advanced language features that
rubinius just didn’t have early on (makes sense). So they developed
their own implementation of a useful subset of the rspec-feature-set
called mspec (http://github.com/rubyspec/mspec). As I understand it,
rubinius is very close to being able to run against rspec-proper at
this point.

Meanwhile, rubyspec and mspec were split out into their own projects,
and now rubinus, JRuby (http://jruby.codehaus.org/) and even MRI
(http://svn.ruby-lang.org/repos/ruby/branches/ruby_1_8/Makefile.in

  • scroll down) are running against rubyspec as part of their build
    process. Very, very exciting stuff for the Ruby community as the end-
    result will be a single, definitive resource for anybody who wants to
    implement a standards-compliant Ruby interpreter.

Cheers,
David

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