[rspec-devel] Rails 2.0 Preview Release and RSpec Trunk
chad at spicycode.com
Tue Oct 2 18:42:34 EDT 2007
Will look into and try to get something more formal (less hackish)
together as a patch shortly.
On Oct 2, 2007, at 4:03 PM, David Chelimsky wrote:
> On 10/2/07, Chad Humphries <chad at spicycode.com> wrote:
>> So far it works great for me :) We have a project going on
>> edge rspec (internal project) and aside from adding in the
>> protect_from_forgery? we have been great.
> Chad - do you have a solution for that? If so, would you consider
> contributing a patch to
>> On Oct 2, 2007, at 2:02 PM, David Chelimsky wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> For those of you checking out the Rails 2.0 preview release:
>>> RSpec-1.0.8 does not support Rails 2.0.
>>> Unfortunately, we're in the middle of some big changes to the
>>> internals in trunk and won't be in a position to do a release for
>>> another week or so. Therefore, if you are using the Rails 2.0
>>> you'll need to use the RSpec trunk.
>>> Additionally, right now there is at least one known issue related to
>>> Rails 2.0 and RSpec - however it was reported on the list and not in
>>> the tracker. Please report bugs to the tracker. It's fine to talk
>>> about them on the lists first, but they will almost certainly not
>>> addressed in RSpec unless/until you report them in the tracker. And,
>>> of course, patches will get addressed faster than bug reports w/ no
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