[rspec-users] need to learn by example

Colin Campbell-McPherson colin at logaan.net
Wed Feb 13 09:17:14 EST 2008

I've just started a small rails project to test out BDD. It's a code  
golf application.

Code golf is, for my money, the geekiest game out there. You set a  
challenge and users submit snippets of code. The winner is the person  
who submits the smallest piece of code that meets the requirements of  
the challenge.

At the moment I've got it running with rspec and autotest, also using  
the haml plugin. Checkout http://svn.nightlite.org/applications/cody/trunk/ 
  if you like. I'm open to including others in the development.

On 13/02/2008, at 10:48 PM, Chuck Remes wrote:

> I'm starting a new project which I would like to use as a learning
> opportunity for BDD. I've searched through the archives of this list
> for past pointers on web sites and books to peruse but I haven't found
> very many suggestions on good projects "in the wild" which put BDD on
> display.
> I'm hoping this thread can change that minor oversight.
> Please post your suggestions for ruby projects (or projects in other
> languages) that are good examples of BDD in action. I learn best by
> example; this thread is for all the other lurkers who do too.
> cr
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