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=== This project is for RSpec developers/contributors. == Getting the entire development tree: git-clone git://github.com/dchelimsky/rspec-dev.git cd rspec-dev rake git:update == Running RSpec's specs In order to run RSpec's full suite of specs (rake pre_commit) you must install the following gems: * rake # Runs the build script * rcov # Verifies that the code is 100% covered by specs * webby # Generates the static HTML website * syntax # Required to highlight ruby code * diff-lcs # Required if you use the --diff switch * win32console # Required by the --colour switch if you're on Windows * meta_project # Required in order to make releases at RubyForge * heckle # Required if you use the --heckle switch * hpricot # Used for parsing HTML from the HTML output formatter in RSpec's own specs Once those are all installed, you should be able to run the suite with the following steps: * cd rspec-dev * rake install_dependencies * cd example_rails_app * export RSPEC_RAILS_VERSION=2.0.2 * rake rspec:generate_sqlite3_config * cd .. * rake pre_commit Note that RSpec itself - once built - doesn't have any dependencies outside the Ruby core and stdlib - with a few exceptions: * The spec command line uses diff-lcs when --diff is specified. * The spec command line uses heckle when --heckle is specified. * The Spec::Rake::SpecTask needs RCov if RCov is enabled in the task. See http://rspec.info for further documentation.