As reported by @marick in https://gist.github.com/marick/6997629 :
627 $ rails --version
628 $ rspec --version
Took one lib and one spec directory from application A for use in application B. Call the two directories DD. They went into their own repository.
DD was pulled into the `subtrees/DD` directory:
So that the two directories would look integrated into B, we used symlinks:
DD -> ../subtrees/DD/lib
DD -> ../../subtrees/DD/spec
`rake spec` would find all the specs inside `spec`, but it would *not* run the DD specs.
`rspec spec/lib/DD/` would run the subtree specs.
#459 looks like it should have fixed it but did not.
Add failing spec for #1113.
Fix rake task pattern so it follows symlinks properly.
@marick -- there's a fix for this in #1672 if you want to give it a shot. Sorry it took us so long to get to this!
Closing in favor of #1672.