[rspec-users] Sharing: dont_repeat_yourself plugin custom RSpec matcher
ashley.moran at patchspace.co.uk
Thu May 1 12:07:40 EDT 2008
On 1 May 2008, at 16:00, 21croissants wrote:
> You're right and one of my next action will be to create a gem so it
> can be
> use in any ruby project, I will keep the Rails plugin of course.
Cool, be sure to post here when you've gemified it :)
> At the moment, you can write :
> require ... specific your location ... +
> dry_reporter = DontRepeatYourself::Reporter.new
> It will generate the report (HTML, Textmate) in a file called
> DRY_report.html at the root folder of your rails app.
> I reckon this is not very handy - you need to create a Rails project
> install the plugin - but it will soon improve!
As a spoilt Rails developer I demand that everything written in Ruby
works magically whatever I am doing :o)
This reminds me a bit of a time when I created a Rails project just to
use AR migrations. I think I'll wait for now until there is a gem
Just out of curiosity, have you run your DRY reporter against the
Rails code itself? Might be interesting to see the results...
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