[rspec-users] RSpec --format --html:/path/to/file.html
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Mon Aug 20 01:17:14 EDT 2007
On Aug 18, 2007, at 1:59 AM, David Chelimsky wrote:
> On 8/17/07, Cody P. Skidmore <cody at skidmore.us> wrote:
>> Greetings everyone. I'm learning RSpec and am pretty fresh to
>> but am so excited I can't help jumping in. I'm running before I
>> can walk
>> here. :-)
>> Yesterday I tried outputting test results to HTML instead of
>> plain text. It looked like there were some entries in the change
>> log for
>> the 1.0.5 release allowing RSpec to do what I wanted.
>> I tried adding a setting to spec.opts but it didn't work to say
>> the least.
>> Here's the change log entry:
>> * The --out option is gone. Use --format html:path/to/my.html
>> instead (or
>> 1. Does this do what I think it should?
> In spec.opts, each line represents one command line arg, so you'd have
> to do this (on two separate lines):
Actually you can combine then in any way you choose. This would work
> Then on the command line:
> spec spec -O path/to/spec.opts
>> 2. where can I find documentation on using spec.opts? The
>> command line
>> help doesn't mention a "--format" option.
> Look at http://rspec.rubyforge.org/documentation/tools/spec.html. If
> you scroll down you'll see the output from the spec command. It
> definitely mentions the --format option.
>> It looks like CI::Reporter [could] output XML format but can it be
>> I'm mining the documentation for related information but didn't
>> find it so
If you really wanted to dump to XML, I'm sure you could build your
own formatter. Check out the different defaults ones which come with
rspec, under trunk/rspec/lib/spec/runner/formatter/
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