[rspec-devel] integration testing/rspec/rbehave
dan at tastapod.com
Wed Jun 27 11:24:39 EDT 2007
Thanks for the mention David.
I'm very excited about the idea of rspec+rbehave becoming a killer stack
for integration/acceptance testing and full "outside-in" BDD.
Having said that, I don't know nearly enough about rails or the
rails/rspec integration points. I've lurked on this list for some time
now, and I have noticed that a lot of the issues in the tracker are
about rails integration. I would really appreciate any help from the
people on this list to help bring that richness of integration into rbehave.
To reiterate what David said, please feel free to contact me directly or
join the rbehave-devel list if you are interested in helping out. I'm
away until mid-July, but I'll be in touch then. In the meantime please
feel free to gem install rbehave and take it for a spin.
David Chelimsky wrote:
> Hi all,
> Dan North has released rbehave:
> http://rubyforge.org/projects/rbehave/. He used rspec to describe it,
> and it actually uses rspec's expectation library to express the
> details. The idea is that while rspec excels at expressing object
> behaviour, rbehave is targeted at story level behaviour. By using
> rspec expectations for both there's very little context shifting for
> developers who use both tools on the same project. The only real
> difference is in how object-specific examples are structured in rspec
> vs stories and scenarios in rbehave.
> With that context, there is one big thing missing from our BDD/Rails
> toolset, and that is pure ruby rails integration testing. I'd like to
> propose that we focus on getting that support into rbehave. If any of
> you are interested in contributing to this effort, please join the
> rbehave-devel list (http://rubyforge.org/mail/?group_id=1475) and let
> Dan know.
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