features/built-in-matchers/predicate-matchers.feature Squashed commit of the following: commit 521a6f025a786076f5b10beea553f74b01a17b10 Author: David Chelimsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat Apr 9 16:37:47 2011 -0500 Revert "Confirmed the doc format outputs the right values" This reverts commit 00f014d. commit f218740f4338b2d92bf978a361f01756727f37b0 Author: David Chelimsky <email@example.com> Date: Sat Apr 9 16:37:37 2011 -0500 Revert "Tweaks to has.feature - Closes #68" This reverts commit 933be5b. commit d8361f659f26dd011bdcdca9fc38c159ed3a13e0 Author: David Chelimsky <firstname.lastname@example.org> Date: Sat Apr 9 16:37:12 2011 -0500 Revert "Add has.feature to Relish .nav" This reverts commit 5ca17e7.
…ize. Thanks to @justinko for the suggestion.
Due to a bug in ruby 1.9, RSpec::Matchers must be included in the superclass (MiniTest::Unit::TestCase) before it is included in a subclass (Test::Unit::TestCase) or we may get infinite recursion and a SystemStackError from our `super` call in our method_missing hook. See this gist for more info about the ruby 1.9 bug: https://gist.github.com/845896 Closes #67.
…chers in an example group." This reverts commit 80e5300. This hack didn't work as well as I thought it would, and I have fixed the underlying issue in rspec-core by including RSpec::Matchers before the first example group is created.
… an example group. Closes #63.