[rspec-users] failing before :all doesn't move progress bar in html reports
jarmo.p at gmail.com
Tue Aug 19 18:11:14 EDT 2008
It makes sense to me. Let's say that you want to initialize object in your
before :all, but this fails.
For example, in my case I'm using RSpec for automated web testing with Watir
and I'm logging into web application from before :all and if this fails then
it's logical that there's no point to execute any further specs and carry on
with next describe block, but html report won't be correct.
Maurício Linhares-3 wrote:
> Maybe you shouldn't be placing spectations in a before or after filter, it
> doesn't make much sense.
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