It doesn't work with RSpec2.0 #1

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vojto opened this Issue Apr 5, 2010 · 2 comments

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vojto commented Apr 5, 2010

It doesn't work with RSpec2.0. It calls spec while RSpec uses rspec utility.

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Thanks for reporting. I haven't used RSpec 2.0 yet, so when I do I'll make sure it works flawlessly

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mislav commented Apr 5, 2010

Thanks for reporting. I haven't used RSpec 2.0 yet, so when I do I'll make sure it works flawlessly

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vojto Apr 5, 2010

Hey mislav,

thanks for your answer. I forked your repo, and tried to played with it, but gave up when I found out there's no --require option in RSpec2.0.

I might think more about it and if I find something I will let you now, or commit something.

Anyway, thanks for Rspactor, makes testing really fun when I get Growl notification.

vojto commented Apr 5, 2010

Hey mislav,

thanks for your answer. I forked your repo, and tried to played with it, but gave up when I found out there's no --require option in RSpec2.0.

I might think more about it and if I find something I will let you now, or commit something.

Anyway, thanks for Rspactor, makes testing really fun when I get Growl notification.

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