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* debugger statements _just work_ as long as ruby-debug is installed
* otherwise you get warned, but not fired
* Expose example.metadata in around hooks
- * Performance improvments (see [Upgrade.markdown](
+ * Performance improvments (much faster now)
* Bug fixes
* Make sure --fail-fast makes it across drb
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-# rspec-core-2.3
+# rspec-core-2.5
+## autotest
+### 2.5
+By default, RSpec adds `bundle exec` to the command generated by Autotest if
+there is a `Gemfile` in the project root directory.
+As of rspec-core-2.5, you can pass `--skip-bundler` to the `autotest` command
+and it won't include `bundle exec` even if there is a `Gemfile`.
-## autotest integration
+ autotest -- --skip-bundler
-Add a .rspec file to the project's root directory to tell RSpec to tell
-Autotest to use RSpec's specialized Autotest class.
+### 2.3
+As of rspec-core-2.3, RSpec's Autotest extension is loaded when you run the
+`autotest` command if there is a `.rspec` file in the project's root directory.
NOTE that rspec-core-2.0, 2.1, and 2.2 required an autotest/discover.rb file in
the project's root directory. This worked with some, but not all versions of
autotest and/or the autotest command that ships with ZenTest. This new approach
-will work regardless of which version of autotest/ZenTest you are using.
+works regardless of which version of autotest/ZenTest you are using.
+# rspec-core-2.3
-## config.expect_with
+## `config.expect_with`
Use this to configure RSpec to use rspec/expectations (default),
-test/unit/assertions, or both:
+stdlib assertions (Test::Unit with Ruby 1.8, MiniTest with Ruby 1.9),
+or both:
RSpec.configure do |config|
config.expect_with :rspec # => rspec/expectations
- config.expect_with :stdlib # => test/unit/assertions
+ config.expect_with :stdlib # => Test::Unit or MinitTest
config.expect_with :rspec, :stdlib # => both
-# rspec-core-2.2
-Made several small optimizations that all add up to a considerable improvement
-in performance. Using a simple benchmark:
- generate 5000 example groups,
- each with one example,
- each with one passing expectation
-Run using ruby-1.9.2 on Mac OS X w/ 3.06 G
-* rspec-2.1
- * loaded in 0.85 on avg
- * ran in 2.61 on avg
-* rspec-2.2
- * loaded in 0.73 on avg (~15% improvement)
- * ran in 0.94 on avg (~64% improvement**)
-** this does _not_ mean your suite will be 64% faster, but it does mean that
- the overhead incurred by RSpec in your suite should be roughly 64% less.
-## Command line
-### --debug/-d is now deprecated
-This command line option is now has no effect (other than a deprecation
-warning). To use the debugger, just add a `debugger` statement anywhere in your
-code. As long as you have ruby-debug installed, it will just work. If you
-don't, then you'll get a friendly warning telling you what's going on, but
-execution will continue.
# rspec-core-2.1
## Command line

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