* Rails 4 deprecates #scoped in favor of #all
This fixes various issues with the integration between RSpec and Capybara 2.0. - It includes Route helpers, these were previously unavailable, due to the fact that the only reason they are available in request spec is that those delegate via method_missing to an IntegrationTest instance. - It adds the `:feature` type to all features. This way people can include module into `:type => :feature` examples and they will work when their specs are places in this folder. David previously commented that he didn't want to add Capybara specific behaviour outside of `rspec/rails/capybara`. I was careful to avoid doing that. The feature example group does not explicitly include Capybara, instead, Capybara is included due to Capybara itself hooking into `:type => :feature`. This is much cleaner than the way it was before. I tested this against both a freshly generated Rails app, as well as an existing, rather large project, both worked well.
Really rspec-2.11.1 or rspec-rails-2.11.1
Fixed confusing type error.
Capybara feature specs may use Rails URL helpers
Capybara.md was renamed, reflect this change in Changelog.md
* Closes #521
* It's relatively unobtrustive, but feels quite dirty. I'm hoping this is a temporary fix that produces feedback on something better.
* Fixes #628
* Mappings for files under config/ will work * Fixes #625 * Closes 627
Fix bare #render in view specs on Rails 3.1
656ff3 made this compatible with 3.2 by splitting the name of the template in the description into its base name, locale, format and handler components, but in doing so broke compatibility with 3.1 and earlier, which does not support the extra options.
* Fixes #448