[rspec-users] App can't start on production server due to RSpec missing
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Sat Jan 17 05:22:57 EST 2009
> Make it print the message to STDERR instead of raising an error? Plus
> add a
> blurb like "You can ignore this warning if you didn't intend to run
I like that too, +1 for me.
> Obviously if your production code is explicitly calling rspec, you've
> got bigger problems.
As Stephen said, it's because rspec.rake located under the lib folder is
trying to load rspec (gem or plugin) without looking at the rails
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