Rails 2.0 Preview Release and RSpec Trunk

Hi all,

For those of you checking out the Rails 2.0 preview release:

RSpec-1.0.8 does not support Rails 2.0.

Unfortunately, we’re in the middle of some big changes to the
internals in trunk and won’t be in a position to do a release for
another week or so. Therefore, if you are using the Rails 2.0 preview,
you’ll need to use the RSpec trunk.

Additionally, right now there is at least one known issue related to
Rails 2.0 and RSpec - however it was reported on the list and not in
the tracker. Please report bugs to the tracker. It’s fine to talk
about them on the lists first, but they will almost certainly not get
addressed in RSpec unless/until you report them in the tracker. And,
of course, patches will get addressed faster than bug reports w/ no
solutions.

http://rspec.rubyforge.org/community/contribute.html

http://rubyforge.org/tracker/?group_id=797

Cheers,
David

Are you saying Rspec was never meant to work with edge rails? I’ve
been using Rspec with edge rails and I’ve got it to work for the most
part (even though i seem to have problems with some of the new
syntactic sugar). Is this because rspec somehow isn’t expecting rails
2.0 esk code?

On 10/2/07, Lance C. [email protected] wrote:

Are you saying Rspec was never meant to work with edge rails?

I’m talking about a past release: RSpec-1.0.8.

RSpec’s trunk does a pretty good job of keeping up w/ changes in edge
rails, but clearly past releases of rspec are never guaranteed to work
with future releases of rails.

Make sense?

On 10/2/07, Lance C. [email protected] wrote:

Are you saying Rspec was never meant to work with edge rails? I’ve

David wasn’t saying that. We cannot travel back in time and make 1.0.8
work with today’s rails.
But we can (and are doing) our best to make RSpec trunk work with edge
Rails trunk.

Aslak

yes, that clears things up. How do I check what version I’m running if
I’m running the plugins from svn?

On 10/2/07, Lance C. [email protected] wrote:

yes, that clears things up. How do I check what version I’m running if
I’m running the plugins from svn?

cd vendor/plugins
svn st rspec
svn st rspec_on_rails

On 10/2/07, David C. [email protected] wrote:

On 10/2/07, Lance C. [email protected] wrote:

yes, that clears things up. How do I check what version I’m running if
I’m running the plugins from svn?

cd vendor/plugins
svn st rspec
svn st rspec_on_rails

You can also look at vendor/plugins/rspec/lib/version.rb - it’s got
the revision number in it.

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