- restore the --debugger/-d option - this created a situation in which debugger did not work at all with rails, so need to figure out a different solution This reverts commit 2466831.
- Closes #235.
….7-2010.02 - Closes #237.
- Closes #224.
"described_class" of the outer group.
- Closes #221.
- debugger statements work anywhere in the code, even parts that are outside RSpec's control (like before a describe declaration). - deprecated --debug/-d command line option - it doesn't do anything any more - warns if ruby-debug is not installed - only downside is for people who like to leave debugger statements around in their code
- Closes #229 (again).
- Closes #227.
- Closes #229.
(working on more than one thing at the same time is a no-no)
- eliminates deprecation notices when running rspec's own specs
- Closes #225.
- this happens when both rspec-1 and rspec-2 are installed in the same environment, and a "require 'spec'" statement appears somewhere in the code (typically residual from an upgrade from rspec-1 to rspec-2). - Closes #94.