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fix command for running tests #239

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Robert Kowalski Matthew Eernisse
Robert Kowalski

Noticed that the Readme says jake test instead of geddy jake test - this would result at least with scaffolding in not runnable tests

Robert Kowalski robertkowalski fix command for running tests
Noticed that the Readme says `jake test` instead of `geddy jake test` - this would result - at least with scaffolding in not runnable tests
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Matthew Eernisse
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Ah, this is a bit confusing. This refers to how you can run the tests for the framework itself, not for Geddy apps. This is applicable to people working on Geddy, not people using Geddy to make apps.

We need to update our README so it makes more sense with the new docs we have in the docs/ diretcory, and on the site.

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Commits on Oct 20, 2012
  1. Robert Kowalski

    fix command for running tests

    robertkowalski authored
    Noticed that the Readme says `jake test` instead of `geddy jake test` - this would result - at least with scaffolding in not runnable tests
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@@ -365,7 +365,7 @@ util.puts(user.errors.password);
## Running the tests
-In the geddy project directory, run `jake test`. The tests simply
+In the geddy project directory, run `geddy jake test`. The tests simply
use NodeJS's `assert` library, which throws an error on failure.
If there are no errors, the tests all ran successfully.
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