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# Configuration file for Ruby 1.8-compatible Ruby implementations.
# Unless you passed to --config (or -B) to MSpec, MSpec will automatically
# use this config file if the Ruby interpreter with which MSpec advertises
# itself with RUBY_VERSION =~ /1.8/
class MSpecScript
# Language features specs
set :language, [ 'language' ]
# Core library specs
set :core, [
# 1.9
# Standard library specs
set :library, [
# 1.9 feature
# An ordered list of the directories containing specs to run
set :files, get(:language) + get(:core) + get(:library)
# This set of files is run by mspec ci
set :ci_files, get(:files)
# Optional library specs
set :ffi, 'optional/ffi'
# A list of _all_ optional library specs
set :optional, [get(:ffi)]
# The default implementation to run the specs
set :target, 'ruby'
set :tags_patterns, [
[%r(language/), 'tags/1.8/language/'],
[%r(core/), 'tags/1.8/core/'],
[%r(command_line/), 'tags/1.8/command_line/'],
[%r(library/), 'tags/1.8/library/'],
[/_spec.rb$/, '_tags.txt']
# Enable features
MSpec.enable_feature :continuation
MSpec.enable_feature :fork
# The Readline specs are not enabled by default because the functionality
# depends heavily on the underlying library, including whether certain
# methods are implemented or not. This makes it extremely difficult to
# make the specs consistently pass. Until a suitable scheme to handle
# all these issues, the specs will not be enabled by default.
# MSpec.enable_feature :readline
if >= "1.8.7"
# These are encoding-aware methods backported to 1.8.7+ (eg String#bytes)
MSpec.enable_feature :encoding_transition
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