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Use rspec-core without rspec-mocks or rspec-expectations
It is most common to use rspec-core with rspec-mocks and rspec-expectations,
and rspec-core will take care of loading those libraries automatically if
available, but rspec-core can be used just fine without either of those
- Use only rspec-core when only it is installed
- only rspec-core is installed
a file named "core_only_spec.rb" with:
RSpec.describe "Only rspec-core is available" do it "it fails when an rspec-mocks API is used" do dbl = double("MyDouble") end it "it fails when an rspec-expectations API is used" do expect(1).to eq(1) end end
- the output should contain "2 examples, 2 failures"
Last published about 2 years ago by Jon Rowe.
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