[rspec-users] changes in rspec's trunk and autotest
tim at pivotib.com
Fri Jan 11 10:45:11 EST 2008
since i'm on rspec trunk, I applied your patch and ran into a little
issue. All my specs still run but it seems to be looking at and
"attempting" all of my hidden files and directories (and some other
Like I said, my specs still run, so things aren't broken per se but
this behaviour doesn't really seem right to me. Is this happening for
anyone else or am I some sort of edge case?
On 10-Jan-08, at 10:29 PM, David Chelimsky wrote:
> This applies to anyone using rspec's trunk from >= 3220 with ZenTest
> <= 3.7.2.
> Anyone else, feel free to move on....
> The next release of ZenTest, coming soon, includes some changes that
> improve the relationship between Autotest, it's subclasses (like those
> in rspec) and .autotest, the file that you can use to plug into
> autotest's hooks to extend/modify it's behaviour.
> Previously, subclasses got loaded after .autotest, causing changes to
> test_mappings and exceptions to be overridden. With the next release,
> the load order is corrected so anything in .autotest will be processed
> after Autotest::Rspec or Autotest::RailsRspec is loaded.
> I committed changes to RSpec's trunk r3220 that will break your
> current autotest configuration. If it does, you can apply this patch
> (http://pastie.caboo.se/138024) to your local copy of ZenTest
> (assuming you're up to 3.7.2) and all should be right with the world.
> Again - this is ONLY for people who are following RSpec's trunk and
> using autotest.
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