Converting your tests from Test::Unit to RSpec is a drag when done by hand. This utility intelligently converts them to get you (hopefully) 90% of the way there.
NOTE: This gem is not essentially unusable and is being continually worked on - more of a proof of concept for now.
The gem comes with a thor task that you can use to print out a converted version of any Ruby file containing Test::Unit Code.
$ rspecify cat test_project.rb
This is built on the tree-walking base class RubyTransform::Transformer from the ruby_transform project. The principal transform, which is a composite of other more granular transforms, is +RSpecify::Transformer+. Here's how it can be used in conjunction with ruby_parser:
sexp = RubyParser.new.parse(File.read(path)) sexp = RSpecify::Transformer.new.transform(sexp) emitter = RubyScribe::Emitter.new emitter.methods_without_parenthesis += ["it", "describe", "context", "should", "should_not"] emitter.emit(sexp)
class MyClass < ActiveSupport::TestCase def test_should_be_one assert_equals something, 1 end def test_should_not_be_one assert_not_equals something, 1 end def test_should_not_be_nil assert_not_nil something end end
describe MyClass do it "should be one" do something.should == 1 end it "should not be one" do something.should_not == 1 end it "should not be nil" do something.should_not be_nil end end