[rspec-users] Running an entire #describe block
nick at deadorange.com
Mon Nov 10 17:54:36 EST 2008
On 2008-11-10, at 17:12, Mark Wilden wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 1:26 PM, Nick Hoffman <nick at deadorange.com>
> On 2008-11-10, at 14:06, Mark Wilden wrote:
> On Mon, Nov 10, 2008 at 10:53 AM, Nick Hoffman <nick at deadorange.com>
> I know that it's possible to run a single spec example (IE: #it
> block) with the -e option for script/spec . Is it possible to run an
> entire context (IE: #describe block)?
> Use the -l option to specify the line number of the describe call.
> Hi Mark. I've tried -l (that's a lower-case "L"), but it never
> executes any specs. Am I using it wrong?:
> I have to admit that I don't use -l to run a describe block very
> often, but it does seem to work when I do. However, after playing
> around a bit, I found that -l works on the innermost block, but not
> on enclosing blocks (0 examples), which matches what you're seeing.
> So I guess it only works with the innermost block. Rats.
Thanks for trying that out for me, Mark. The -l option does in fact
work for me when I specify the line number for an inner-most
#desrcibe . One of these days when I upgrade to the latest version of
rspec, I'll log a ticket in Lighthouse.
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