[rspec-users] how to fix 'rake gems:refresh_specs' gems has no specificati
dchelimsky at gmail.com
Thu Jul 29 09:59:41 EDT 2010
On Jul 29, 2010, at 6:37 AM, Amit Jain wrote:
> David Chelimsky wrote:
>> On Jul 29, 2010, at 5:19 AM, Amit Jain wrote:
>>> I recently unpacked the latest rspec and rspec rails in my
>> How did you unpack them (what command did you use)?
> I just install rspec gem through the commands:
> root# gem install rspec
> root# gem install rcov
> ~/mygreatapp/ $ ./script/plugin install
rspec_on_rails is 2 years old and works with 2 year old versions of rails. Please do this:
1. delete all rspec plugins from vendor/plugins
2. configure the rspec-rails gem in config/environment.rb:
config.gem "rspec-rails", :version => ">= 1.3.2"
3. rake gems:install
4. rake gems:unpack
The problem you're having with CVS in vendor/gems is that you installed it using some means other than what is recommended by Rails, which is to use "rake gems:unpack". Please remove that and any other gems that you didn't install with "rake gems:unpack" from your vendor/gems directory, configure them config/environment.rb, and re-install them with "rake gems:unpack".
If you continue to have trouble with this, please consult the ruby-on-rails documentation and/or mailing lists, as your issues are gem/plugin installation issues, not RSpec issues.
> but it's not work
> ~/mygreatapp/ $ ./script/generate rspec
> and then
> ./script/generate rspec_model User
>>> When I run my specs I get:
>>> $ rcov user_spec.rb
>> Where are you typing this command? What happens when you type "rake
>> spec" from the project root?
>> I run that command in /spec/models directory
> /spec/models $ rcov user_spec.rb
>>> config.gem: Unpacked gem CVS in vendor/gems has no specification file.
>> This error suggests that you unpacked the gem using "gem unpack" instead
>> of "rake gems:unpack".
>>> Run 'rake gems:refresh_specs' to fix this.
>>> config.gem: Unpacked gem CVS in vendor/gems not in a versioned
>>> directory. Giving up.
>> And this one suggests that you may have put a CVS plugin directly in the
>> gems folder. Rails wants you to put plugins in vendor/plugins, and use
>> "rake gems:unpack" to install gems in vendor/gems.
>> What version of rails are you using? rspec_on_rails was replaced by
>> rspec-rails nearly two years ago, when rails was at 2.1.x. If you're
>> using any version of rails later than 2.1, you should be using the
>> rspec-rails gem.
> I am using Rails 2.3.4.
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