[rspec-users] rspec gem vs "rspec plugin" vs "rspec-rails plugin" ???
aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com
Fri Nov 7 06:56:59 EST 2008
On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 11:23 AM, Greg Hauptmann
<greg.hauptmann.ruby at gmail.com> wrote:
> so just to be clear are you saying:
> * rspec gem => All that is need for Ruby on Rails Rspec work
> * 'rspec plugin' => not needed (functionality in gem)
> * 'rspec-rails' plugin => not needed (functionality in gem)
> is this right?
rspec gem or plugin => basic rspec without rails support (runner, rake
task, api for describe/it, should etc)
rspec-rails gem or plugin => extra support for rails model view and
controller, database integration, code generation (script/generate)
It doesn't matter whether you use the gem or the plugin. Just pick one
that suits your team.
(If you use the plugin you don't have to worry about people having
different versions installed, but it's alittle more work to install)
> thanks again
> On Fri, Nov 7, 2008 at 8:10 PM, Fernando Perez <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
>> Greg Hauptmann wrote:
>>> I've got the rspec gem installed, as well as the two plugins "rspec" &
>>> "rspec-rails". I can't remember which is actual used and which isn't
>>> for my rails app when I go "rake spec"? Anyone know?
>>> Could I remove either of the core rpec gem OR the "rspec plugin"? or
>>> do I need all three components?
>> The plugins are no longer required, you can only use the rspec and
>> rspec-rails gems. For a rails app you will simply have to run
>> "script/generate rspec" to generate a few files, and then you are all
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