"Plugin not found" after RSpec install

I tried to install the RSpec Rails plugin as described here:

http://rspec.info/documentation/rails/install.html

After I run this…

ruby script/plugin install
http://rspec.rubyforge.org/svn/tags/CURRENT/rspec

At the very end after a lot of output I get this error:

Plugin not found: [“http://rspec.rubyforge.org/svn/tags/CURRENT/
rspec”]

It looks as though it actually was installed because the dir is there
and the output reported scores of items being installed.

Any idea why I get that error?

Thanks,

Ethan

On May 5, 2008, at 11:23 PM, Eeby wrote:

At the very end after a lot of output I get this error:

Plugin not found: [“http://rspec.rubyforge.org/svn/tags/CURRENT/
rspec”]

It looks as though it actually was installed because the dir is there
and the output reported scores of items being installed.

Any idea why I get that error?

I’m not getting any error. I’m using Rails 2.0.2. You?

I’m not getting any error. I’m using Rails 2.0.2. You?

Same Rails version.

OS X. Ruby 1.8.6.

I worked with it a little, and the RSpec functionality seems to be
working OK as far as I can tell. (I’m just starting to learn how to
use RSpec.)

Did I install the plugin from the right source? I noticed that there’s
also an RSpec-rails project on GitHub. Is the svn repository outdated?

Ethan

On May 6, 2008, at 11:46 AM, Eeby wrote:

Did I install the plugin from the right source? I noticed that there’s
also an RSpec-rails project on GitHub. Is the svn repository outdated?

What you’re getting from svn is the last release: 1.1.3. If you want
the latest you should grab the github repo, but there has not been a
release from source at github yet.

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