[rspec-users] Rake spec options
ibrahim.awwal at gmail.com
Thu Jul 1 12:41:21 EDT 2010
On Jul 1, 9:25 am, David Chelimsky <dchelim... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Jul 1, 2010, at 11:13 AM, Ibrahim Awwal wrote:
> > Hi guys,
> > Apologies if this is a dumb question. I'm new to rails and most of the
> > information online is about rails 2 and rspec 1.3, but my group is
> > using rails 3 and thus rspec 2. I'm trying to format the output of
> > rake spec, and I found online that I could use options like --format
> > html in a file called spec/spec.opts in the rails base directory.
> > However, from my attempts to populate this file and my cursory search
> > through the rspec2 source, I don't think it obeys this file anymore.
> > Furthermore, it seems like there is no more html format yet (makes
> > sense, if rspec2 is a complete rewrite). So my question is, is there
> > any way for me to a) specify options to be used when running rake spec
> > and b) format the output nicely, specifically in html format but any
> > alternative to the default is fine.
> > The goal is basically to have the test results emailed out to the web
> > development team each time someone pushes to git. I've got the rest of
> > the script working, I just want to make it prettier. Thanks!
> HTML and TextMate formatters have yet to be added, but their on the list:
Thanks, that is helpful. Does the --no-color option work? I just
installed rspec on my work computer and it seems to work but I just
want to be sure, because it doesn't seem like it's there in the option
parsing code, but I don't know how optparse works in ruby. Right now I
have the output being fed into a perl script which strips the escape
codes out but if I can get rid of that step it would be nice.
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