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  • RSpec 3.3 has been released!

    rspec.info 13 Jun '15, 12am

    For the most part, the new example IDs are primarily used internally by RSpec to support some of the new 3.3 features, but you're free to use them from the command line. The re-run command printed by RSpec for each failure will use them if the file location does not uniquely identify ...

  • Upgrading from RSpec 2 to 3

    rspec.info 17 May '15, 3pm

    Upgrading from RSpec 2 RSpec 3 includes many breaking changes, but our hope is to make this the smoothest major-version gem upgrade you've ever done. To assist with that process, we've developed RSpec 2.99 in tandem with RSpec 3. Every breaking change in 3.0 has a corresponding deprec...

  • New RSpec Website!

    rspec.info 29 Jan '15, 10pm

    RSpec's website has been in need of a refresh for a long time. We've been working on this new site, off and on, for more than a year, and we're glad to finally ship it. We hope that it'll prove much more useful to the community than the old site, particularly since it now hosts our do...

  • あ、http://t.co/I0k8zNwAって新しくなったんだ

    RSpec.info: home

    rspec.info 08 Apr '12, 2pm

    The RSpec Book will introduce you to RSpec, Cucumber, and a number of other tools that make up the Ruby BDD family. Replete with tutorials and practical examples, the RSpec Book will help you get your BDD on, taking you from executable requirements to working software that is clean, w...

  • RSpec.info: home

    rspec.info 03 Jun '12, 9pm

    The RSpec Book will introduce you to RSpec, Cucumber, and a number of other tools that make up the Ruby BDD family. Replete with tutorials and practical examples, the RSpec Book will help you get your BDD on, taking you from executable requirements to working software that is clean, w...

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