[rspec-users] .html.erb files and autotest
dchelimsky at gmail.com
Mon Jan 14 19:57:42 EST 2008
On Jan 14, 2008 6:46 PM, Kero van Gelder <rspec-users at kero.tmfweb.nl> wrote:
> > The benefit of doing that is it spots files that you may not have
> > spec'd that you want spec'd. On the flip side you end up with a bunch
> > of noise but you can eliminate that w/ the :initialize hook:
> > Autotest.add_hook :initialize do |at|
> > at.add_exception 'some_file_i_want_ignored'
> > end
> > That goes in .autotest in the root of your project, where you type the
> > autotest command.
> I'm probably too much of a Ruby coder, but an Exception is an existing
> Ruby class. add_exception seems strange to me.
> How about at.except, at.ignore_file or at.ignore ?
> I like the last one best.
Good point. Wrong list. That's autotest. Try submitting a request in
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