Rspec Tutorial

Dear Sir,

Iam Hanumakanth working in Indigenius Solutins(www.indigenius.com) from
india and i want some good examples of rspecs and also is there any way
to
create rspecs through the command line after creating the scaffold for
the
application.

Thank you
Hanumaknth.
9912361323.

This topic is raised once a month by someone from India with no “search”
skills - please check the list for similar questions.

Mr. Hambley,

I am sorry to say this that I didn’t post regarding Rspec examples
just for fun.

I was really new to that and I thought that some one would guide me
with more examples, better examples.

But, it is really bad on your part to comment that people from India
post without “searching” anything.

If you can help, you post a reply in a good way, otherwise please
don’t take it into consideration.

You should neither give such type of answers to anybody nor degrade
any country.

For your kind information, I got understood how to test my
applications using rspec.

One should always be polite as much as he can even though he knows so
much.

Thanks for your wonderful response.

Take care!!

Lee’s frustration is not groundless. In my few weeks on this list, I
have
noticed a lot of requests for basic information that could easily be
found
with a simple search.

It seems to me that complaining about it here is not going to help,
though,
because future offenders are not reading yet.

Perhaps a canned response would help us handle these requests without
sucking up too much of our attention.

How about:

http://rspec.info has best information for learning rspec. It is how I
got

started. If you need personalized direction, there are a number of members
of this list who would be happy to provide training services.

What say you?

-Vishu R.
co-founder thinklink llc
312.436.1627 | thinklinkllc.com
mocklinkr.com makes web mockups come to life
thinklinkr.com is the web-based collaborative outliner

I loved that ‘Let me google that for you’ thing that I remember Dave
replying with once.

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=rspec+tutorial

-lenny

I completely agree with your idea, also the group homepage should have a
few
ground rules perhaps, we have something similar on the Capistrano group.
http://groups.google.co.uk/group/capistrano/

Its a real shame Google groups doesn’t have better “first time poster”
rules, for such things.

Aalso for public record; Hanuma emailed me personally accusing me of
racism,
I apologise if I offended anyone else on the list, but I feel my
observations were valid, we have similar problems on the Capistrano
mailing
list with frequent requests for basic information, or basic problems -
but
in our case (as most will agree) - we do indeed have a documentation
problem.

– Lee H.

Twitter: @leehambley | @capistranorb
Blog: http://lee.hambley.name/
Working with Rails: http://is.gd/1s5W1

2009/10/28 Vishu R. [email protected]

On Wed, Oct 28, 2009 at 10:47 AM, Lee H. [email protected]
wrote:

Aalso for public record; Hanuma emailed me personally accusing me of racism,
I apologise if I offended anyone else on the list, but I feel my
observations were valid, we have similar problems on the Capistrano mailing
list with frequent requests for basic information, or basic problems - but
in our case (as most will agree) - we do indeed have a documentation
problem.

Absolutely. The general problem is certainly real. OTOH, bringing
the poster’s country into it was probably unnecessary. We get just as
many of these from the US and any other country with a lot of software
going on.


Have Fun,
Steve E. ([email protected])
ESCAPE POD - The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine
http://www.escapepod.org

I did have a crack at writing some ‘ground rules’ a while back after
we had quite a bit of chump-traffic:

http://wiki.github.com/dchelimsky/rspec/get-in-touch

It would be good to have a single URL we can reply with when people
send these kind of feckless requests. Maybe the problem with that page
above is that the first line is a link to the mailing list – should
we put that at the bottom of the page?!

On 28 Oct 2009, at 14:47, Lee H. wrote:

Capistrano mailing list with frequent requests for basic
2009/10/28 Vishu R. [email protected]
How about:
312.436.1627 | thinklinkllc.com
I was really new to that and I thought that some one would guide me

This topic is raised once a month by someone from India with no

[email protected]
http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/rspec-users

cheers,
Matt

http://mattwynne.net
+447974 430184

On Oct 28, 2009, at 1:13 PM, Lee H. wrote:

Matt,

Thats a good start, can I suggest adding it to the google group
homepage, whoever has admin control?

That would be me. Done.

Anyone is free to update the
http://wiki.github.com/dchelimsky/rspec/get-in-touch
wiki page.

Cheers,
David

Matt,

Thats a good start, can I suggest adding it to the google group
homepage,
whoever has admin control?

– Lee H.

Sent from my iPhone.

David, great quick response, thanks - lets hope our action condenses the
nonsense round here.

– Lee H.