Specs with -X fail

I have some specs that run just fine using “rake spec:controllers” or
“script/spec spec/controllers” but if I run “script/spec
spec/controllers
-X” with the spec server running, I end up getting some mocks that fail
saying expected once, and being called twice. Any ideas what would cause
this kind of behavior? It kind of gives cause to not trust my specs.
Which
one is correct? The one that is successful, or the one that is failing?

On Oct 24, 2007, at 9:03 PM, Steve wrote:

failing?

Did you try restarting the drb server?

Scott

On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 21:36:15 -0400, Scott T. wrote:

Did you try restarting the drb server?

Scott

Yes. Multiple times. Exact same results each time.

On Oct 24, 2007, at 9:53 PM, Steve wrote:

On Wed, 24 Oct 2007 21:36:15 -0400, Scott T. wrote:

Did you try restarting the drb server?

Scott

Yes. Multiple times. Exact same results each time.

Well, I guess you’ll probably need to give us the following:

What versions of the following:

Ruby, OS, Rails, Rspec (if on trunk, have you run script/generate
rspec recently?), anything else relevant…

pastie of the specs + code

You’ll probably want to open an issue in the tracker with this
information (unless someone can point out the problem pretty quickly).

Scott

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