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testcase elements don't have 'name' attribute for dynamically generated rspec examples #6

justfalter opened this Issue Jun 11, 2010 · 1 comment


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justfalter commented Jun 11, 2010

When handling dynamically generated rspec examples, ci_reporter generates elements without the 'name' attribute. This screws up Hudson's JUnit parsing.

When handling an rspec like this:

describe 12345 do
subject {12345}
it {should eql(12345)}
its(:to_i) {should eql(12345)}
it "should bla"

I the testcase elements don't reliably have names:

I dug into it, and it's because of how ci/reporter/rspec.rb gets the example name. In cases where the example name is dynamically generated, the Spec::Example::ExampleProxy#description is nil in example_started, and doesn't get it's description set until example_failed, example_passed, example_pending.
As a result, the XML that's output is missing the name attribute, since it is nil.


nicksieger commented Oct 11, 2010

Should be fixed in f0f0966.

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