RSpec mode provides some convenience functions for dealing with RSpec.
You can install via ELPA, or manually by downloading
adding the following to your init file:
(add-to-list 'load-path "/path/to/rspec-mode") (require 'rspec-mode)
Provided you have
yasnippet installed, you can load the snippets:
(eval-after-load 'rspec-mode '(rspec-install-snippets))
(This isn't done automatically to avoid conflicts with snippets you may already have set up.)
rspec-mode is installed properly, it will be started
ruby-mode is started.
rspec-mode.el for further usage.
If you use
RVM, you may encounter problems running the
specs. It may be so that an older version of Ruby, than the one you
.rvmrc, is used. This is because
ZSH runs a small
script each time a shell is created, which modifies the
problem is that it prepends some default paths, such as
which contains another
What you can do to solve this is to use
BASH for running the
specs. This piece of code does the job:
(defadvice rspec-compile (around rspec-compile-around) "Use BASH shell for running the specs because of ZSH issues." (let ((shell-file-name "/bin/bash")) ad-do-it)) (ad-activate 'rspec-compile)
Love RSpec and Emacs? Great, help out by contributing. The easiest way to contribute is to checkout the git project, make a change and then submit a pull request.
- Fork the project.
- Make your feature addition or bug fix.
- Update the version and changelog in the header of rspec-mode.el to reflect the change.
- Send me a pull request. Bonus points for topic branches.