[rspec-users] autotest failing on startup

Don French dhf0820 at gmail.com
Thu Jul 3 14:19:44 EDT 2008


Mahalo for the information. I am using version 1.1.4 of rspec.

Is there a list somewhere for autotest?

Don French

David Chelimsky-2 wrote:
> 
> On Jul 3, 2008, at 3:08 AM, Don French wrote:
> 
>> I have been using autotest/zentest 3.5.0  with my rails 2.0.2 and  
>> rspec. I
>> upgraded my gems and got 3.9.3 and had a problem. I went back to  
>> 3.5.0 and
>> it worked. I stayed there until moving to rails 2.1. I again updated  
>> my gems
>> and got 3.10. This one had the same problem. This time I need to  
>> figure out
>> what is wrong. Here is what I get:
>>
>> /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/lib/autotest.rb:394:in
>> `find_files_to_test': undefined method `values' for #<Array:0x18b2530>
>> (NoMethodError)
>> 	from /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/lib/autotest.rb: 
>> 239:in
>> `run_tests'
>> 	from /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/lib/autotest.rb: 
>> 228:in
>> `get_to_green'
>> 	from /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/lib/autotest.rb: 
>> 208:in
>> `run'
>> 	from /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/lib/autotest.rb: 
>> 206:in
>> `loop'
>> 	from /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/lib/autotest.rb: 
>> 206:in
>> `run'
>> 	from /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/lib/autotest.rb: 
>> 136:in
>> `run'
>> 	from /Library/Ruby/Gems/1.8/gems/ZenTest-3.10.0/bin/autotest:55
>> 	from /usr/bin/autotest:19:in `load'
>> 	from /usr/bin/autotest:19
> 
> This is all autotest so I don't think it's related to rspec. That  
> said, what version of rspec are you using?
> 
>> Here is the failing code:
>>
>>  def find_files
>>    result = {}
>>    targets = self.find_directories + self.extra_files
>>    self.find_order.clear
>>
>>    targets.each do |target|
>>      order = []
>>      Find.find(target) do |f|
>>        Find.prune if f =~ self.exceptions
>>
>>        next if test ?d, f
>>        next if f =~ /(swp|~|rej|orig)$/ # temporary/patch files
>>        next if f =~ /\/\.?#/            # Emacs autosave/cvs merge  
>> files
>>
>>        filename = f.sub(/^\.\//, '')
>>
>>        result[filename] = File.stat(filename).mtime rescue next
>>        order << filename
>>      end
>>      self.find_order.push(*order.sort)
>>    end
>>    return result  # this should return as a hash but is received as an
>> array
>>  end
>>
>>  ##
>>  # Find the files which have been modified, update the recorded
>>  # timestamps, and use this to update the files to test. Returns true
>>  # if any file is newer than the previously recorded most recent
>>  # file.
>>
>>  def find_files_to_test(files=find_files)
>>    # for some reason files comes in as a array needs to be hash
>>    #myfiles = {}
>>    #files.each do |key, value|
>>      #myfiles[key] = value
>>    #end
>>    #files = myfiles
>>    updated = files.select { |filename, mtime| self.last_mtime <  
>> mtime }
>>
>>    p updated if $v unless updated.empty? or self.last_mtime.to_i == 0
>>
>>    updated.map { |f,m| test_files_for(f) }.flatten.uniq.each do | 
>> filename|
>>      self.files_to_test[filename] # creates key with default value
>>    end
>>
>>    if updated.empty? then
>>      nil
>>    else
>>      files.values.max  <= line 394
>>    end
>>  end
>>
>> For some reason the files is an array instead of a hash.  I added  
>> the little
>> change that is commented out and it works. But that should not have  
>> to be
>> done.
>>
>> Any ideas?
>>
>>
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