[rspec-users] FW: Specifying spec and output format inline?

Adam Reed areed at relocationcentral.com
Tue Sep 18 11:20:15 EDT 2007


Anyone have any advice on this one?
 
Thanks,
Adam

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Sent: Monday, September 17, 2007 2:14 PM
To: rspec-users at rubyforge.org
Subject: [rspec-users] Specifying spec and output format inline?


Howdy from Austin, TX.
 
I'm new to rspec, and am currently using it with the Watir testing
library for web testing.  I'm moving along at an ok pace so far, but I
had a question.
 
I just realized I could require 'spec' and forego running scripts from
the command line.  However, this limits me in my output formats.  Is
there a way that I can specify which format to use and where to save it
inside the script?
 
I've included the full script below.
 
Thanks,
Adam
 
$LOAD_PATH.unshift File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), '..') if $0 ==
__FILE__   #set the local dir path
 
require 'watir'
require 'spec'
 
describe "Project name" do
  before(:all) do
    @browser = Watir::IE.new
    @browser.goto "http://localhost:8080/admin_frnPkg_add.html
<http://localhost:8080/admin_frnPkg_add.html> "
  end #begin
 
  ## Basic page validation
  it "should have the logo" do
    @browser.image(:src, /cp_logo.gif/).should_not be_nil
  end #logo
 
  it "should have login/logout text" do
    login = @browser.table(:index, 1)[2][1].text
    login.should =~ (/Log/)
  end #login/logout
 
  after(:all) do
    @browser.close
  end #after
end #Project name
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