rSpec troubles

Hello All,

I am hoping someone can help me.  I am having a nightmare of a time 

trying to get rSpec to work. It was working at one time, but I tried
installing Zentest to get autotest to work with rSpec and it’s been
downhill ever since. Here are the gems I have installed in my rails
app:

ZenTest 3.6.1 if it matters (technically this is in my Ruby gems list
and not in my vendor directory of my rails app).
Rails - version 2.0.1
rSpec on Rails (revision 3166). Fixed one error by finding that you
must use the latest version with edge rails.

The current error I am getting is:
custom_require.rb:27 in ‘gem_original_require’: no such file to load –
spec/example/configuration (MissingSourceFile)

Wouldn’t rSpec install all the necessary files or am I missing another
gem?

thanks for any assistance.
Mike R.

On Dec 16, 2007 10:15 AM, Michael R. [email protected] wrote:

Rails - version 2.0.1
rSpec on Rails (revision 3166). Fixed one error by finding that you must
use the latest version with edge rails.

The current error I am getting is:
custom_require.rb:27 in ‘gem_original_require’: no such file to load –
spec/example/configuration (MissingSourceFile)

Wouldn’t rSpec install all the necessary files or am I missing another gem?

Did you follow these installation instructions?

http://rspec.info/documentation/rails/install.html

You should have the same revision of rspec and rspec_on_rails installed
as gems.

Did you install with dependencies?

David,

Thanks for the reply.  I really appreciate it.  You must be updating 

the site as I was looking at it earlier the title said 1.0.8 and now the
title says 1.1.0. I have it running now. So, I am back to my first
step which is getting rSpec to work. I ruined it yesterday trying to
get autotest to work. I must have had incompatible versions of rSpec
and rSpec on Rails. I was under the assumption that the 2 were
different. In other words rSpec works for any type of ruby app and
rSpec on Rails works is specific to rails (fine tuned to Rails). I see
now that they are dependent. What I did was removed the spec directory,
the rSpec on Rails and rSpec directories in my vendor folder in my
application. Then installed both versions using the instructions under
“Living on the edge.” Then ran the ruby script/generate rspec command.
Then created a rspec_model and ran the ruby script/spec spec command and
everything worked great. I appreciate the push in the right direction.
I’m going to try and get autotest to work now.

thanks.
Mike R.

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