RSpec-2 and The RSpec Book

Hey all,

I’m happy to announce that The RSpec Book will be updated for RSpec-2
and Rails-3 before its final release. This, of course, means that the
print schedule will get pushed back, but we’ll have a couple of more
beta releases of the book before we go to print. I don’t know the
exact schedule right now, but I’ll follow up as it shapes up.

Cheers,
David

On 2 Mar 2010, at 14:51, David C. wrote:

I’m happy to announce that The RSpec Book will be updated for RSpec-2
and Rails-3 before its final release.

Wow, this is great news. Thanks, David! I’m sure it’ll be well worth the
wait; having the beta book available in the meantime gives RSpec users
the best of both worlds.

Cheers,
-Tom

On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 9:51 AM, David C. [email protected]
wrote:

Hey all,

I’m happy to announce that The RSpec Book will be updated for RSpec-2
and Rails-3 before its final release. This, of course, means that the
print schedule will get pushed back, but we’ll have a couple of more
beta releases of the book before we go to print. I don’t know the
exact schedule right now, but I’ll follow up as it shapes up.

Good news. It’s hard for a dead-tree book authors to keep up with
changing software, even when he/she/they are the folks changing the
software.

I guess that the current beta PDF will serve as the best checkpoint
for RSpec 1 and Rails 2.x. I guess it’s time to print a personal
hard-copy.


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On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 9:51 AM, Rick DeNatale [email protected]
wrote:

changing software, even when he/she/they are the folks changing the
software.

I guess that the current beta PDF will serve as the best checkpoint
for RSpec 1 and Rails 2.x. I guess it’s time to print a personal
hard-copy.

That is probably a good idea, but we’ll be including notes in the book
about differences w/ the previous versions.

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