guard-spork with ruby-debug enabled
This is a sample Rails application, demonstrating the use of guard-spork and ruby-debug19 together.
Just place a call to the
debugger method somewhere in your code that will get called when you run
rspec. For example, here in
spec/models/user_spec.rb (already added there for your convenience):
require 'spec_helper' describe User do it do debugger User.count.should == 0 end end
Start up guard (which in turn will start up spork):
bundle exec guard
Then, in a different window/terminal, run autotest:
bundle exec autotest
You should see the
ruby-debug console appear in the terminal where you started guard/spork and should be able to type
ruby-debug commands into it!