[rspec-users] Rspec Caveman questions.

David Chelimsky dchelimsky at gmail.com
Mon Sep 10 13:25:45 EDT 2007

On 9/10/07, sudara <sudara at modernthings.net> wrote:
> Thanks David and Scott for your comments.
> @David: Your irb example worked great for exploring matchers. I was looking
> for a way to be able to literally write my specs in the script/server
> console, but I think at this point I'm almost good to go on DSL.
> @Scott: Yes, thanks for the tips. I'm aware that I can alias lambda - the
> point was more "it would be helpful for incoming users digesting DSL / it is
> more english-like" -I'll throw a patch in as David suggested - as soon as I
> figure out why my rails fixtures are not loading due to the last svn up ;)

svn up again - I just fixed that

> Regarding the DSL being similar to Test::Unit - I'm sure it would be easier
> to pick up Speccing coming from Test::Unit, but coming from nothing to a
> ruby/rails/rspec, even when done slowly, requires a fair bit of trial and
> error. Playing in the console is the most effective way (for me) to learn a
> DSL inside and out.
> Thanks both for your time!
> sudara
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