lower case keys and arrays of values. This is the way Net::HTTP normalizes them, but recording non-Net::HTTP requests resulted in cassettes with headers that deviated from this norm.
I had disabled this for 1.9.2 because I thought it was an issue with that version of ruby, but it was actually an issue with having rack 1.2.1 installed for 1.9.2. Now I've re-enabled it for 1.9.2.
Hopefully I can fix it at some point, but for now I'm disabling it and the code that depends on it for 1.9.2.
…request for each spec, make the HTTP request once, and then clone the response for each spec.
…is available. It appears that requirement? isn't available in rubygems 1.3.5.
… idiomatic ruby.
…cs and features.
…with the http_stubbing_adapter.
…mmediately before #wait is called.
…ara::Server to start a localhost server in some tests.
…he pending method.
…eparate process do not pass on heroku due to their restrictions, so I've disabled them here when the specs are run on heroku.
…mock rake tasks.