[rspec-users] Recognising RSpec files in the Textmate bundle
ashley.moran at patchspace.co.uk
Tue Aug 10 10:26:59 EDT 2010
On 10 Aug 2010, at 15:03, Rick DeNatale wrote:
> And easy to add yourself by just editing the bundle.
I've tried this before. Unfortunately, it just leads to pain when you try to update the bundle via Git
>> Or... how about an actual dot-suffix, ".rspec", eg, "active_record_associations.rspec", which would be designed to indicate an RSpec-loadable file (prob shared example groups), but one that doesn't make sense to run alone (or can't be)? Any legs in that idea?
> I don't think I like that. For one thing most folks don't include the
> dot suffix in require 'statements'.
Good point, I forgot about that.
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