ViewExampleGroup - based on gist from Wincent Colaiuta <email@example.com> - Closes #119.
- controller - helper - mailer - request - routing - view This supports attaching behaviour to a subset of example groups in a config block: RSpec.configure do |c| before(:each, :type => :controller) do # do something end end Note that this is not mean you can attach controller spec behaviour to a group like this: # DOES NOT WORK describe "something", :type => :controller do Closes #38.
from the top of the Rakefile that was there in case RSpec wasn't installed. Closes #122.
gemset (with no previous versions of rspec around) for this all to work. Period.
bundler-1.0.0.beta.2, but does work with bundler built from commit b078098212de02f1505b4c73de0a2e8e68ee3d65, and therefore will hopefully work with bundler-1.0.0.beta.3, which is due out any day).
happens unless RSpec is installed.
away. Closes #123.
…nerating a" This reverts commit 12f0afa. - Rails controller generator does not generate the routes needed for the generated request spec. Backing this out.
controller or resource. Closes #33.
place. Closes #116.
- There is really no benefit from the attribute/non-attribute distinction when setting stubs. - This helps to make stub_model usable with non-ActiveRecord models Closes #108.