As stated in the subject I require to set up the following:
Spork + Rspec on Windows using Rails3
It looks as if rspec is not Rails 3 ready yet and Spork does not play
nicely with Windows.
Is there a way to hack it all together or some viable alternative? the
time to run rake spec I killing me!
Any tips would be much appreciated
Rspec is compatible with Rails 3. GitHub - rspec/rspec-rails: RSpec for Rails 5+
Have you looked at autotest (part of ZenTest) to save having to rake
all the time. I’m sure I came across a windows Rspec, Autotest and Snarl
notifications tutorial on the web once. A quick search will probably
After quite some time, I got my spork working with cygwin. what
environment are you using and what errors do you get?
Sorry, typed the wrong thing:
I meant to say Spork is not rails 3 ready…
In the meantime I have managed to get Spork running on the app with
some hacks, however I am not sure how to get rspec to use it:
- Modified spec_helper file
- Added “-drb” to new line in .rspec file
Hi David, I have installed autotest, I will look at Snarl
Hi, Spork is running using a slightly modified version of the
everything looks fine now… however I am not sure what to do next to
make “rake spec” use it.
I have modified the spec_helper and .rspec files
You must be using 2 consoles: one for spork and one for rake spec.