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Project: RSpec Expectations 2.8

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What's new

New eq matcher.

RSpec::Matchers now offers you two approaches to differentiating between
object identity. You can use the rspec-1 approach:

actual.should == expected     # object equality
actual.should equal(expected) # object identity

... or, if you prefer:

actual.should eq(expected) # object equality
actual.should be(expected) # object identity

What's been removed

simple_matcher

Use RSpec::Matchers.define instead. For example, if you had:

def eat_cheese
  simple_matcher("eat cheese") do |actual|
    actual.eat?(:cheese)
  end
end

Change it to:

RSpec::Matchers.define :eat_cheese do
  match do |actual|
    actual.eat?(:cheese)
  end
end

wrap_expectation

Use RSpec::Matchers.define instead.

RSpec::Matchers.define :eat_cheese do
  match do |actual|
    actual.should eat?(:cheese)
  end
end

RSpec::Matchers.define :eat_cheese do
  include MyCheesyAssertions
  match_unless_raises Test::Unit::AssertionFailedError do |actual|
    assert_eats_chesse actual
  end
end

Last published about 2 years ago by dchelimsky.