[rspec-users] RSpec2 not supported in Netbeans

Paul Nelligan nellboy at gmail.com
Fri Dec 10 14:43:36 EST 2010


Generally I use the command line for testing.  Netbeans can be a little
flakey.  That said,  check the config of your project in netbeans.  Some of
the defaults applied by netbeans aren't always the correct options.

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On 10 Dec 2010 17:11, "George Dinwiddie" <lists at idiacomputing.com> wrote:
> On 12/10/10 5:43 AM, Babitha Augusthy wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> RSpec2 doesn't seem to be supported in Netbeans. When I try to run RSpec
>> in Netbeans, it says the command 'spec' not found. Does anybody have any
>> information if this will be corrected?
>
> I don't know beans about Netbeans, but try the command 'rspec' instead.
>
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