Rspec 1.3.0 Released

rspec version 1.3.0 has been released!

Behaviour Driven Development for Ruby.

Changes:

Version 1.3.0 / 2010-01-11

  • enhancements

    • capture ExpectationNotMet error by default in matcher DSL
      • supports wrapping other expectations
    • added match_unless_raises to matcher DSL
      • supports easy wrapping of t/u assertions in matchers
      • thanks to Chad F. and Glenn Vanderburg for the name
    • add chain to matcher DSL (Joe Ferris - #935)
      • see rdoc for Spec::Matchers
    • and_yield provides configurable eval_context
      • Eric Meyer & David C.
    • CTRL-C actually stops execution! (Bryan H. - #911)
    • make drb port configurable (Chris F. - #875)
    • changed raise_error to raise_exception (#933)
      • kept raise_error aliased, so this is completely
        backwards compatible
  • bug fixes

    • don’t define top-level context() method when running in IRB (#899)
    • remove Ruby warning for uninitialized ivar (Bryan H. - #892)
    • fully qualify reference to Default (Alex S. - #895)
    • use runtime version of Test::Unit::VERSION in incompatibility
      message
      (Ryan B. - #916)
    • quote paths in RSpec’s own specs so people running in paths with
      spaces in them can achieve green too (Ryan B. - #917)
    • ensure drb specs run when EADDRNOTAVAIL (Michael Klett - #881)
    • throw_symbol matcher correctly bubbles errors up (#918)
    • make Rakefile work without Cucumber installed (#919 - devrandom)
    • escape . in regexp (#925)
    • align be_true and be_false with Ruby’s conditional semantics (#931)
    • print duplicate nested descriptions (when appropriate) (#936)

rspec version 1.3.0 has been released!

Thanks for the release.
-r

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