[rspec-users] Difference between spec:server and autospec
scott at railsnewbie.com
Thu Jun 4 04:14:57 EDT 2009
Hunt Jon wrote:
> Thanks Scott.
> I don't get what happens if I add --drb
> to spec/spec.opts
If you add --drb to your spec.opts (or you run script/spec --drb
spec/my_spec.rb) - you will run your specs through the spec server.
Without --drb, rails will load up in a fresh process.
The *whole point* of the drb server is to speed up load time when
Just to give you an idea, here's the difference for me (with spork
instead of the spec server):
> Can anybody explain to me, please?
> On Thu, Jun 4, 2009 at 3:24 PM, Scott Taylor <scott at railsnewbie.com> wrote:
>> Hunt Jon wrote:
>>> What's the difference between spec:server and autospec?
>> I wouldn't recommend using spec server - use spork instead:
>> Both load the rails environment, so that each time you run your tests (with
>> script/spec -X or script/spec --drb) you won't have to wait for it to load
>> up (which can take 4-5 seconds).
>> autospec/autotest, on the other hand, polls the filesystem every 3 seconds
>> or so for changes. When it sees one, it reruns just the test or spec file
>> which has changed.
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