[Ironruby-core] SVN r118 and RubySpec integration

Peter Bacon Darwin bacondarwin at googlemail.com
Tue Jul 1 09:00:50 EDT 2008

First thing to note:



D:\dev\ruby\ironruby\head>sn -Vr *,31bf3856ad364e35

Microsoft (R) .NET Framework Strong Name Utility  Version 3.5.21022.8

Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation.  All rights reserved.

Verification entry added for assembly '*,31bf3856ad364e35'

D:\dev\ruby\ironruby\head>copy default.irconfig.rb C:\Documents and

The syntax of the command is incorrect.


The line that copies the .irconfig.rb file in runfirst.cmd needs quotes
around the "to" parameter of "copy":


copy default.irconfig.rb "%USERPROFILE%\.irconfig.rb"




From: ironruby-core-bounces at rubyforge.org
[mailto:ironruby-core-bounces at rubyforge.org] On Behalf Of John Lam
Sent: Tuesday,01 July 01, 2008 00:59
To: ironruby-core at rubyforge.org
Subject: [Ironruby-core] SVN r118 and RubySpec integration


I just pushed SVN r118 out which contains RubySpec integration. There are a
few things that you'll need to do:


1.       (Optional) get a GitHub account (http://github.com)

2.       (Optional) install GIT:

a.       Goto the msysgit project and download the .exe based installer:

b.      Make sure in the GIT setup that you click on the radio button
labeled "Run Git from the Windows Command Prompt"

c.       Restart your command prompt

3.       Navigate to my page: http://github.com/jflam to see the three GIT
projects that you'll need to clone: ironruby-tags, mspec, and rubyspec.
mspec and rubyspec are forks of the main projects so that we can add
IronRuby specific tests and potential changes to mspec. The RubySpec
committers can pull from these repositories to incorporate our changes.
ironruby-tags is a project that contains the list of rubyspec specs that we
currently exclude to get a clean regression baseline.

4.       If you have GIT installed, create a directory to hold these
projects. I use %USERPROFILE%\dev:

a.       in ~\dev\ironruby-tags run: git clone

b.      in ~\dev\mspec run: git clone git://github.com/jflam/mspec.git

c.       in ~\dev\rubyspec run: git clone

5.       If you don't have GIT installed (and why don't you??? J) you can
download the tarball using the download button in each project.


Once you have those projects in place, you'll need to grab r118 from
RubyForge. There's a file in \trunk called runfirst.cmd. This will enable
skip verification for projects signed with our public key, and it will
create a default configuration file at %USERPROFILE%\.irconfig.rb. 


If you followed my instructions and created
%USERPROFILE%\dev\[ironruby-tags,mspec,rubyspec] you're good to go. If you
didn't, you'll need to edit the paths in .irconfig.rb


You can test your setup by running the new regression test baseline rake


rake regression


This should report 0 failures and 0 errors.


This is the first test of this stuff outside of my machine, so please kick
the tires!





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