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# A sample Guardfile
# More info at https://github.com/guard/guard#readme
## Uncomment and set this to only include directories you want to watch
# directories %w(app lib config test spec features) \
# .select{|d| Dir.exists?(d) ? d : UI.warning("Directory #{d} does not exist")}
## Note: if you are using the `directories` clause above and you are not
## watching the project directory ('.'), then you will want to move
## the Guardfile to a watched dir and symlink it back, e.g.
#
# $ mkdir config
# $ mv Guardfile config/
# $ ln -s config/Guardfile .
#
# and, you'll have to watch "config/Guardfile" instead of "Guardfile"
guard :bundler do
require 'guard/bundler'
require 'guard/bundler/verify'
helper = Guard::Bundler::Verify.new
files = ['Gemfile']
files += Dir['*.gemspec'] if files.any? { |f| helper.uses_gemspec?(f) }
# Assume files are symlinked from somewhere
files.each { |file| watch(helper.real_path(file)) }
end
# Guard-Rails supports a lot options with default values:
# daemon: false # runs the server as a daemon.
# debugger: false # enable ruby-debug gem.
# environment: 'development' # changes server environment.
# force_run: false # kills any process that's holding the listen port before attempting to (re)start Rails.
# pid_file: 'tmp/pids/[RAILS_ENV].pid' # specify your pid_file.
# host: 'localhost' # server hostname.
# port: 3000 # server port number.
# root: '/spec/dummy' # Rails' root path.
# server: thin # webserver engine.
# start_on_start: true # will start the server when starting Guard.
# timeout: 30 # waits untill restarting the Rails server, in seconds.
# zeus_plan: server # custom plan in zeus, only works with `zeus: true`.
# zeus: false # enables zeus gem.
# CLI: 'rails server' # customizes runner command. Omits all options except `pid_file`!
guard 'rails' do
watch('Gemfile.lock')
watch(%r{^(config|lib)/.*})
end
# Note: The cmd option is now required due to the increasing number of ways
# rspec may be run, below are examples of the most common uses.
# * bundler: 'bundle exec rspec'
# * bundler binstubs: 'bin/rspec'
# * spring: 'bin/rspec' (This will use spring if running and you have
# installed the spring binstubs per the docs)
# * zeus: 'zeus rspec' (requires the server to be started separately)
# * 'just' rspec: 'rspec'
guard :rspec, cmd: "bundle exec rspec" do
require "guard/rspec/dsl"
dsl = Guard::RSpec::Dsl.new(self)
# Feel free to open issues for suggestions and improvements
# RSpec files
rspec = dsl.rspec
watch(rspec.spec_helper) { rspec.spec_dir }
watch(rspec.spec_support) { rspec.spec_dir }
watch(rspec.spec_files)
# Ruby files
ruby = dsl.ruby
dsl.watch_spec_files_for(ruby.lib_files)
# Rails files
rails = dsl.rails(view_extensions: %w(erb haml slim))
dsl.watch_spec_files_for(rails.app_files)
dsl.watch_spec_files_for(rails.views)
watch(rails.controllers) do |m|
[
rspec.spec.("routing/#{m[1]}_routing"),
rspec.spec.("controllers/#{m[1]}_controller"),
rspec.spec.("acceptance/#{m[1]}")
]
end
# Rails config changes
watch(rails.spec_helper) { rspec.spec_dir }
watch(rails.routes) { "#{rspec.spec_dir}/routing" }
watch(rails.app_controller) { "#{rspec.spec_dir}/controllers" }
# Capybara features specs
watch(rails.view_dirs) { |m| rspec.spec.("features/#{m[1]}") }
watch(rails.layouts) { |m| rspec.spec.("features/#{m[1]}") }
# Turnip features and steps
watch(%r{^spec/acceptance/(.+)\.feature$})
watch(%r{^spec/acceptance/steps/(.+)_steps\.rb$}) do |m|
Dir[File.join("**/#{m[1]}.feature")][0] || "spec/acceptance"
end
end