[rspec-users] Installing rspec, cucumber, et al.
pergesu at gmail.com
Tue Nov 11 16:07:40 EST 2008
"David Chelimsky" <dchelimsky at gmail.com> writes:
> On Tue, Nov 11, 2008 at 2:16 PM, James B. Byrne <byrnejb at harte-lyne.ca> wrote:
>> On Tue, November 11, 2008 15:05, David Chelimsky wrote:
>>> You must have installed rspec during the short time we were using
>>> You'll want to remove them and reinstall as plugins (or as gems).
>>> Here's some info on un-doing git-submodules:
>> Removing git submodules is well-practised art for me, much to my
>> embarassment. However, I would like the present situation with respect to
>> rspec and rspec-rails clarified for me. I seem to recall that at some
>> point one had to have rspec installed as a plugin if one intended to use
>> rspec-rails, which also had to be installed as a plugin. Has this
>> situation been altered, are gems alone now sufficient?
> Your options are:
> system gems
> The rspec-rails gem has a hard dependency on the rspec gem of the same
> version, so if you install rspec-rails-1.1.11.gem with dependencies,
> it will install rspec-1.1.11.gem as well.
> There have been reports of problems with system gems, so right now it
> seems the safest way is to use vendor/gems or vendor/pugins.
I thought it was vendor/gems that had problems? At any rate, I've been
using system gems on several projects with no troubles.
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