Spec w/o db:test:prepare

HI All,

I would like to perform my spec runs without the db:test:prepare rake
prereq.
It would be nice if I could alter spec to prereq db:test:purge only.

Could you give me some advice/urls/pointers on how best to go about
this?

Thanks,
Peter F.
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On Jul 20, 2010, at 4:18 PM, Peter F. wrote:

HI All,

I would like to perform my spec runs without the db:test:prepare rake prereq.
It would be nice if I could alter spec to prereq db:test:purge only.

Could you give me some advice/urls/pointers on how best to go about this?

Rake::Task[:spec].clear_prerequisites
task :spec => [“db:test:purge”]

Cheers,
David

How 'bout for rspec2?

BTW: Where should these magic lines be placed? Inside a
./config/initializers/my_init.rb ??

Peter F.
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On Jul 21, 2010, at 3:32 PM, Peter F. wrote:

Rake::Task[:spec].clear_prerequisites
task :spec => [“db:test:purge”]

How 'bout for rspec2?

Should work the same way.

BTW: Where should these magic lines be placed? Inside a ./config/initializers/my_init.rb ??

In any .rake file in lib/tasks (those should get loaded after the ones
in the gems)

On Jul 21, 2010, at 4:17 PM, David C. wrote:

In any .rake file in lib/tasks (those should get loaded after the ones in the gems)
Also - there’s no magic about these lines. Standard Ruby/rake - no
metaprogramming, nothing mysterious. Just gotta know how Rake works.

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