[rspec-users] Excluding a spec subdirectory from rake spec

Justin Ko jko170 at gmail.com
Fri Feb 11 00:27:54 EST 2011



On Feb 10, 8:56 pm, Corey Haines <coreyhai... at gmail.com> wrote:
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> > On Feb 8, 6:49?pm, Corey Haines <coreyhai... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I have a directory in my spec directory that I want to exclude from rake spec
>
> >> That is, I have
> >> spec/lib_no_rails
>
> >> And I don't want it to run when I do rake spec
>
> >> Best way?
>
> >> Thanks.
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> > Is it for specs that make live api calls? Here is an alternative to
> > have a "remote" directory:https://gist.github.com/812278
>
> No, it is a directory that I want to run without loading rails. It has
> its own spec_helper.
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In that case, instead of overriding the default "spec" rake task, and
it has its own spec_helper, I would put it in its own top-level
directory. It would also have a Gemfile to load RSpec. Here is an
example, you can see the "spec_rails" directory: https://github.com/justinko/diagnostics


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