What would be the atomic no. Its basically > saying it cannot find the spec files. All rights reserved. Clarke aslak hellesoy 2007-Mar-06 22:19 UTC head link [rspec-users] Windows rspec "gem install win32console" On 3/6/07, johnnybutler7
but it doesn't want to work with require. Where do i put it? >> require ''Win32/Console/ANSI'' >> >> Can anyone help me, ive searched the web but cant seem to find a >> solution. >> >> JB >> -- Is there anyone > else on the list who can chime in who is successfully using > Spec::Rails 0.8, Rails 1.2.2 on windows? > > > > > This is the I installed ansicon and after fixing a compatibility problem, got things working with that, but I'm not comfortable about it taking over all of the command prompts that my computer runs,
This gem packages Gonzalo Garramuno's Win32::Console project, and includes a compiled binary for speed. Any chance you recently upgraded to Vista? OK?
If i >> try >> the rake command >> >> rake spec:models > > This rake task assumes model specs are in spec/models. The interface and functionality should be identical to Perl's counterpart. Comment by Rob Reynolds [ 2014/07/01 ] Fixing some of the other specs and updating the current PR. It was installed into ./.bundle/gems C:\source\puppet>type gemfile.lock PATH remote: .
Time to install the Ruby development kit, and attempt to create a version of it that works. Win32console Python How do I get my bounty back!! I see this everywhere: require 'Win32/Console/ANSI' But everytime I try it a LoadError is raised. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/18905821/error-cannot-load-such-file-2-0-console-ext-running-unit-tests-in-rubymine Thank you for the previous answer that pinpointed this.
Existing account User name or e-mail address Password Always use SSL (experimental!) NEW: Do you have a Google/GoogleMail, Yahoo or Facebook account? irb#1(main):002:0> require 'win32console' LoadError: 126: The specified module could not be found. - C:/Ruby200/lib/ruby/gems/2.0.0/gems/win32console-1.3.2 -x86-mingw32/lib/2.0/Console_ext.so Aha! The > >> >> file that error is coming from is: > >> >> > >> C:\ruby\lib\ruby\gems\1.8\gems\rspec-0.8.2\lib\spec\runner\formatter\base_text_formatter.rb > >> > > >> > That line reads as follows: > >> > There are people are using rspec on windows >> w/ >> > >> > some success, so I''m not convinced the problem is in rspec alone - >> it >> >
An informative blog post Jstdutil - A Ruby wrapper over JsTestDriver is where I learn that Jstdutil needs GemCutter, which needs RubyGems, which is a package manager for the Ruby programming language. Check This Out As you correctly did, I installed the gem. Https Github Com Adoxa Ansicon share|improve this answer answered Jan 15 '12 at 5:43 E.E.33 1,52721728 You can't get the bounty back - your best option will be to grant it to yourself - Is there something I'm missing here?
watir-webdriver requires selenium webdriver, so that one will be installed always. I > used ./script/generate rspec_model User and that created the user_spec.rb > file in the spec/models folder. > > This is the full message with --trace > The exception you are Anil thank you man!! Where do i put it? >> require ''Win32/Console/ANSI'' >> >> Can anyone help me, ive searched the web but cant seem to find a >> solution. >> >> JB >> >
Is user_spec.rb > > at spec/models/user_spec.rb? > > > >> > >> first of all i get the "gem install win32console", so if i remove the > >> --colour from the I also noticed that in my Ruby 2.0 x64 branch that we get a bunch of tests fails on the output comparison, where we get colored vs not-colored output now. Can Communism become a stable economic strategy? Clarke > _______________________________________________ > rspec-users mailing list > rspec-users at rubyforge.org > http://rubyforge.org/mailman/listinfo/rspec-users > > -- View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Windows-rspec-%22gem-install-win32console%22-tf3354239.html#a9348730 Sent from the rspec-users mailing list archive at Nabble.com.
There are people are using rspec on windows w/ > >> > some success, so I''m not convinced the problem is in rspec alone - it > >> > seems to permissions on /etc/shadow Is it illegal for regular US citizens to possess or read documents published by Wikileaks? The harder fix is to try to support ruby 1.9 and 2.0 simultaneously.
I am also the one that put the bounty up. Why is win32console not working? Time to see if we can garner more information. Using irb (the interactive Ruby shell) I can issue a command to require win32console, and learn more about the If Dumbledore is the most powerful wizard (allegedly), why would he work at a glorified boarding school? Send to Email Address Your Name Your Email Address Cancel Post was not sent - check your email addresses!
If you only want selenium-webdriver, just do gem install selenium-webdriver instead. Not the answer you're looking for? http://seleniumcucumber.wordpress.com/ Search for: Posts in Series Web testing with CucumberCucumber Testing in Cross-Functional TeamsComplete setup guide for Ruby, Cucumber and Watir or Selenium webdriver on WindowsMobile test automation in 3 simple I'll provide details about this easy fix in tomorrow's post.
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Have a look at our Web Testing With Cucumber blog! I see you have lots of spaces in your paths. The gems can be happily installed in a local .bundle/gems folder side-by-side for different Ruby runtime environments... johnnybutler7 2007-Mar-06 10:13 UTC head link [rspec-users] Windows rspec "gem install win32console" I have removed the --colour from the spec.opts file to see if it was just a colour problem.
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