[rspec-users] RSpec wiki

Anthony Carlos anthony at digitalphenom.com
Fri Jul 13 12:49:31 EDT 2007


Thanks for the primer on the wiki. I don't use them very often, but  
I'll pick up the formatting stuff soon enough. I will try to set-up  
additional pages later today.

Thanks,

-Anthony

On Jul 13, 2007, at 12:13 PM, Ashley Moran wrote:

>
> On 13 Jul 2007, at 16:58, Anthony Carlos wrote:
>
>> Thanks for the wiki page. I've logged-in and posted a brief statement
>> about our intentions. I'm playing the role of editor here, since, I'm
>> not the best at writing examples, and I'm still feeling around for
>> boundaries. I don't want to steal someone's writings without their
>> consent, but I don't want to sprinkle people's names for each
>> concept. Perhaps a thanks to each contributor in one section at the
>> end will suffice?
>
> I'm not too worried about my name being attached to a code sample
> that involves prodding cows with sticks :)
>
> One thing you might want to try is splitting each example up into its
> own page.  You can make a list like this
>
> 1.1 Examples
> * [GivenWhenThen]
> * [SomethingElse]
> * ...
>
> then it creates links to pages that are created when  you save some
> content
>
> (Headings are made with 1, 1.1, 1.1.1 etc)
>
> You've used some square brackets to put comments in - they need a \
> in front of them to prevent them being treated as links
>
> I might write a couple of examples based on on shared specs /
> decomposing classes problems that have come up at work.  If I get
> change I'll write them up soon so they can be reviewed
>
> Ashley
>
>
>
>
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