FactoryGirl is not supported #47

rtlong opened this Issue Sep 14, 2011 · 1 comment


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rtlong commented Sep 14, 2011

It would be awesome if this annotated my FactoryGirl factories as well as all the other stuff. I am only opening this issue to let everyone know that I am working on implementing that.

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rtlong Sep 14, 2011


Please see #48 for my pull request


rtlong commented Sep 14, 2011

Please see #48 for my pull request

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alexch added a commit to alexch/annotate_models that referenced this issue Mar 24, 2012

Merge branch 'ctran'
* ctran: (23 commits)
  Inserting newline requires double-quoted string
  Annotation position defaulted to 'before'. Bugfix: annotate_models.rake uses string instead of symbol.
  include ActiveSupport to finish build #45
  include lib specs
  specify :rubygems source in Gemfile for Travis
  Gemfile for dependencies for Travis CI rake
  make the specs pass (one pending)
  fix column pattern
  Allow task loading from Rakefile for gems (plugin installation already auto-detects). Add skip_on_db_migrate option as well for people that don't want it.
  Fix options parsing to convert strings to proper booleans. Change annotate to use options hash instead of ENV.
  Update README.rdoc to mention Fabrication support
  Add support for Fabrication fabricators
  We had stripped the trailing newlines from our Schema Information section. This small fix supports that case.
  rake task is 'build', not 'gem'
  match indexes and column options too when comparing annotation headers
  Leave magic encoding comment intact
  Fixes issue #14 - RuntimeError: Already memoized
  Count a model as 'annotated' if any of its tests/fixtures are annotated
  Implement FactoryGirl (#47)
  fix gemspec and get rspecs partly working again

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