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Update rspec: 3.8.0 → 3.9.0 (minor) #55

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✳️ rspec (3.8.0 → 3.9.0) · Repo

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↗️ rspec-core (indirect, 3.8.0 → 3.9.0) · Repo · Changelog

Release Notes

3.9.0 (from changelog)

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Enhancements:

  • Improve the handling of errors during loading support files, if a file errors before loading specs, RSpec will now skip loading the specs. (David Rodríguez, #2568)
  • Add support for --example-matches to run examples by regular expression. (Sam Joseph, Matt Rider, @okothkongo1, #2586)
  • Add did_you_mean suggestions for file names encountering a LoadError outside of examples. (@obromios, #2601)
  • Add a minimalist quick fix style formatter, only outputs failures as file:line:message. (Romain Tartière, #2614)
  • Convert string number values to integer when used for RSpec::Configuration#fail_fast (Viktor Fonic, #2634)
  • Issue warning when invalid values are used for RSpec::Configuration#fail_fast (Viktor Fonic, #2634)
  • Add support for running the Rake task in a clean environment. (Jon Rowe, #2632)
  • Indent messages by there example group / example in the documentation formatter. (Samuel Williams, #2649)

3.8.2 (from changelog)

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Bug Fixes:

  • Fix config.define_derived_metadata so that cascades are not triggered until metadata has been assigned to the example or example group (Myron Marston, #2635).

3.8.1 (from changelog)

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Bug Fixes:

  • Handle RSpec description(s) with japanese chars in CP932 encoded files. (Benoit Tigeot, #2575)
  • When defining let methods that overwrite an existing method, prevent a warning being issued by removing the old definition. (Jon Rowe, #2593)
  • Prevent warning on Ruby 2.6.0-rc1 (Keiji Yoshimi, #2582)
  • Fix config.define_derived_metadata so that it supports cascades. (Myron Marston, #2630).

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↗️ rspec-expectations (indirect, 3.8.1 → 3.9.0) · Repo · Changelog

Release Notes

3.9.0 (from changelog)

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Enhancements:

  • The respond_to matcher now uses the signature from initialize to validate checks for new (unless new is non standard). (Jon Rowe, #1072)
  • Generated descriptions for matchers now use is expected to rather than should in line with our preferred DSL. (Pete Johns, #1080, rspec/rspec-core#2572)
  • Add the ability to re-raise expectation errors when matching with match_when_negated blocks. (Jon Rowe, #1130)
  • Add a warning when an empty diff is produce due to identical inspect output. (Benoit Tigeot, #1126)

3.8.6 (from changelog)

Bug Fixes:

  • Revert #1125 due to the change being incompatible with our semantic versioning policy.

3.8.5 (from changelog)

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Bug Fixes:

  • Prevent unsupported implicit block expectation syntax from being used. (Phil Pirozhkov, #1125)

3.8.4 (from changelog)

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Bug Fixes:

  • Prevent false negatives when checking objects for the methods required to run the the be_an_instance_of and be_kind_of matchers. (Nazar Matus, #1112)

3.8.3 (from changelog)

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Bug Fixes:

  • Prevent composed all matchers from leaking into their siblings leading to duplicate failures. (Jamie English, #1086)
  • Prevent objects which change their hash on comparison from failing change checks. (Phil Pirozhkov, #1110)
  • Issue an ArgumentError rather than a NoMethodError when be_an_instance_of and be_kind_of matchers encounter objects not supporting those methods. (Taichi Ishitani, #1107)

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↗️ rspec-mocks (indirect, 3.8.0 → 3.9.0) · Repo · Changelog

Release Notes

3.9.0 (from changelog)

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Enhancements:

  • Improve thread safety of message expectations by using Mutex to prevent deadlocking errors. (Ry Biesemeyer, #1236)
  • Add the ability to use time as an alias for times. For example: expect(Class).to receive(:method).exactly(1).time. (Pistos, Benoit Tigeot, #1271)

3.8.2 (from changelog)

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  • Allow array_including argument matchers to be nested. (Emmanuel Delmas, #1291)

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↗️ rspec-support (indirect, 3.8.0 → 3.9.0) · Repo · Changelog

Release Notes

3.9.0 (from changelog)

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NO CHANGES

Version 3.9.0 was released to allow other RSpec gems to release 3.9.0.

3.8.3 (from changelog)

Bug Fixes:

  • Escape \r when outputting strings inside arrays. (Tomita Masahiro, Jon Rowe, #378)
  • Ensure that optional hash arguments are recognised correctly vs keyword arguments. (Evgeni Dzhelyov, #366)

3.8.2 (from changelog)

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Bug Fixes:

  • Ensure that optional hash arguments are recognised correctly vs keyword arguments. (Evgeni Dzhelyov, #366)
  • Ensure that an empty hash is recognised as empty keyword arguments when applicable. (Thomas Walpole, #375)
  • Ensure that diffing truthy values produce diffs consistently. (Lucas Nestor, #377)

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