[rspec-users] Emacs spec parsing?

Tilmann Singer tils-rspec at tils.net
Wed Feb 14 07:39:17 EST 2007


* Tilmann Singer <tils-rspec at tils.net> [20070130 16:56]:
> Did anyone with better emacs lisp knowledge than me already come up
> with a function like spec-at-point which finds the specify and context
> declaration for the current cursor position and returns a string which
> can be used to be passed to the --spec option of the spec runner?

Answering my own question, in case someone else is interested in this:
below is the relevant part of my .emacs with a function that finds and
runs the spec under the current cursor position.


(defun spec-at-point ()
  "Run specification at point"
  (interactive)
  (let (
        (old_point (point))
        (specify (progn (move-end-of-line nil) (re-search-backward "^ *specify +\"\\(.*\\)\" +do") (match-string 1)))
        (context (progn (re-search-backward "^ *context +\"\\(.*\\)\" +do") (match-string 1))))
    (goto-char old_point)
    (compile (concat "spec -s \"" context " " specify "\" " (buffer-file-name)))
    )
)
(global-set-key "\C-cs" 'spec-at-point)


(defun spec-file()
  "Run current spec file"
  (interactive)
  (compile (concat "spec " (buffer-file-name)))
)

(defun save-and-recompile () "Save and recompile" (interactive)
  (save-buffer)
  (recompile)
)
(define-key global-map "\C-x\C-y" 'save-and-recompile)



Til


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