Rspec2 help output has brackets?

Hi all.

Saw this:

Usage: rspec [options] [files or directories]
-b, --backtrace Enable full backtrace
-c, --[no-]color, --[no-]colour Enable color in the output
-d, --debug Enable debugging
-e, --example PATTERN Run examples whose full
descriptions match this pattern
(PATTERN is compiled into a Ruby
regular expression)
-f, --format FORMATTER Choose a formatter
[p]rogress (default - dots)
[d]ocumentation (group and
example names)
[h]tml
[t]extmate
custom formatter class name

tried this:
$ rspec -fp (for the [p] in [p]rogress)

got this:

Exception `ArgumentError’ at c:/dev/ruby/downloads/jruby/lib/ruby/gems/
1.8/gems/rspec-core-2.0.0.beta.17/lib/rspec/core/configuration.rb:191

  • Formatter ‘p’ unknown - maybe you meant ‘documentation’ or
    ‘progress’?.
    c:/dev/ruby/downloads/jruby/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/rspec-
    core-2.0.0.beta.17/lib/rspec/core/configuration.rb:191:in
    `formatter=’: Formatter ‘p’ unknown - maybe you meant ‘documentation’
    or ‘progress’?. (ArgumentError)

is this expected?
Thanks.
-r

On Jul 19, 2010, at 8:17 AM, rogerdpack wrote:

                                (PATTERN is compiled into a Ruby

$ rspec -fp (for the [p] in [p]rogress)
or ‘progress’?. (ArgumentError)

is this expected?

Nope. Bug. rspec-core bugs go here:
http://github.com/rspec/rspec-core/issues

Thx,
David

El 19/07/2010, a las 15:52, David C.
escribió:

-e, --example PATTERN Run examples whose full

core-2.0.0.beta.17/lib/rspec/core/configuration.rb:191:in
`formatter=’: Formatter ‘p’ unknown - maybe you meant ‘documentation’
or ‘progress’?. (ArgumentError)

is this expected?

Nope. Bug. rspec-core bugs go here: http://github.com/rspec/rspec-core/issues

In the meantime, “rspec -f p” (with a space) works fine.

Wincent

On Jul 19, 9:20 am, Wincent C. [email protected] wrote:

                                 [d]ocumentation (group and

Exception `ArgumentError’ at c:/dev/ruby/downloads/jruby/lib/ruby/gems/
Nope. Bug. rspec-core bugs go here:http://github.com/rspec/rspec-core/issues

In the meantime, “rspec -f p” (with a space) works fine.

Fixed: http://github.com/rspec/rspec-core/issues/closed#issue/84

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