13 Jun '15, 12am

RSpec 3.3 is out with `--bisect`, `--only-failures`, `--next-failure`, `aggregate_failures` and more!

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 the failed example. Copying and pasting the re-run command for a particular failed example will always run just that example now!

Full article: http://rspec.info/blog/2015/06/rspec-3-3-has-been-released/


Error aggregation with RSpec 3.3

rubyflow.com 16 Jun '15, 1pm

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