[rspec-devel] [ANN] Cucumber
ben at benmabey.com
Wed Aug 13 16:10:09 EDT 2008
Jay Levitt wrote:
> aslak hellesoy wrote:
>> Nice vegetable, nice tool.
> (Sorry, Fozzie, I didn't know those pickles were loaded!)
> Where do you want bugs reported? The first thing I noticed is that
> installing webrat as a gem isn't enough; you have to install it as a
> plugin, or the features that depend on it will fail. I'm new to
> webrat, but I *think* that shouldn't be the case, reading the docs..
I generally keep a local version of webrat in all of my projects (rails
and merb ones) for the same reason I keep versions of rspec and
rspec-rails in my rails projects. So I think using it as a plugin/local
gem is really the norm.
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