Rspec-2 for rails-2?

Hey all,

rspec-rails-2 will only work with rails-3 (not rails-2). My suspicion
is that once rspec-2 is out, folks are going to want to start using it
with their existing rails-2 projects (because it offers some sweet new
goodness that you won’t want to live without).

Would anybody be interested in writing and maintaining and
rspec-2-rails-2 gem? This would be a separate code-base from
rspec-rails, but we could keep the repo under the new rspec github
user (http://github.com/rspec) provided that it is generally accepted
and used by the community.

Let me know if you’re interested, or if you have any concerns about
this approach.

Cheers,
David

user (http://github.com/rspec) provided that it is generally accepted
and used by the community.

FWIW, cucumber-rails supports both Rails2 and Rails3. If someone picks
up the challenge it might be worthwhile to study the codebase. It uses
some smart tricks to support both in the same codebase, without too
much duplication.

Maybe supporting both Rails2 and Rails3 in rspec-rails is a smaller
effort than maintaining 2 gems?

Aslak

On Thu, Mar 4, 2010 at 1:58 AM, Aslak Hellesøy [email protected]
wrote:

rspec-2-rails-2 gem? This would be a separate code-base from
than maintaining 2 gems?
I’m certainly open to the idea, but don’t have cycles to investigate
it myself. I’d welcome someone taking on this cause and submitting
patches. Anyone interested?

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