Rails3: in production i get uninitialised constant rspec?

I am trying to deploy my rails3 application in a production
environment. But when i run my first rake task:

RAILS_ENV=production rake db:setup

i always get the following result:

rake aborted!
uninitialized constant RSpec

and then points to the line in the Rakefile where it says

MyApp::Application.load_tasks

I do not have any lib/tasks referring to rspec; my gemfile does not
refer to any rspec or test gem in production.
Has anybody else encountered this?

(i have upgraded to beta.22, but encountered it with beta.20 first)

Whoops. Found it! I have a rcov.rake inside my lib/tasks like this:

desc “Run all specs with rcov”
RSpec::Core::RakeTask.new(“test_cov”) do |t|
t.rcov = true
t.rcov_opts = %w{–rails --include views --exclude gems/,spec
/,features/,seeds/}
end

Now i am looking for a clean way to disable this task in production
environment.
Any hints?

On Sep 13, 3:58 am, nathanvda [email protected] wrote:

environment.

refer to any rspec or test gem in production.
Has anybody else encountered this?

(i have upgraded to beta.22, but encountered it with beta.20 first)


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unless Rails.env.production?

non-production code

end

On Sep 13, 1:01 am, Justin Ko [email protected] wrote:

t.rcov = true

I am trying to deploy my rails3 application in a production


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unless Rails.env.production?

non-production code

end


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if defined?(RSpec)
desc “Run all specs with rcov”
RSpec::Core::RakeTask.new(“test_cov”) do |t|
t.rcov = true
t.rcov_opts = %w{–rails --include views --exclude gems/,spec
/,features/,seeds/}
end
end

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