…as an option
Match against "You entered 98765." rather than "You entered 98765". Adding the trailing character compensates for the fact that has_say? checks only for partial matches, so we wouldn't detect when there were trailing digits returned. E.g. "You entered 98765432", for which has_say? would right now return true.
The method named "method" was giving me some grief, so I renamed it to http_method, which is probably a more accurate name anyhow. As this is a breaking API change, this is now v3.0.0 of the gem. Also updated the test dependencies to Rails 3.2.12, since 3.2.8 is pretty out of date.
* ttt_call() * in Gather scope * in Redirect scope
…ll(). An options hash instead of multiple "could be nil" args is neater and will better support addition of more options.