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I don't see how we'd fix this problem easily. I guess you have to remember to run it? M is meant to just be a test runner and not worry about Rails specific things. Going to close this unless if there's better ideas here. I guess there could be a m-rails plugin but I'm not interested in writing or maintaining one.
That's a good point. Not sure why I thought this should be an m thing.
EDIT: Actually, I remember now. I hadn't read the m code, but I was under the impression that it used rake test to run some tests, so I wondered why parts of the rake task (e.g. running migrations) weren't running.