To add a collaborator to this project you will need to use the Relish gem to add the collaborator via a terminal command. Soon you'll be able to also add collaborators here!More about adding a collaborator
Upgrading from rspec-rails 4.x to version 5
RSpec Rails 5 is a major version under semantic versioning, it also follows our new versioning strategy for RSpec-Rails, which is to keep in step with Rails supported versions. Thus it supports 5.2, 6.0 and 6.1. There are no changes required to upgrade to RSpec Rails 5 if you are using a supported version of Rails.
If you are using an older version of Rails, you can use 4.x which hard supports 5.0 and 5.1, and soft supports 4.2 (which is unmaintained).
Upgrading from rspec-rails 3.x to version 4
RSpec Rails 4 is a major version under semantic versioning, it allowed us to change the supported Rails versions to 5 and 6 only. There are no changes required to upgrade to RSpec Rails 4 if you are using Rails 5 or 6.
If you are using Rails 4.2 you can use RSpec Rails 4, but note that support for it is not maintained, we consider this a breaking change hence the version change, and you must be on Ruby 2.2 as a minimum.
If you are upgrading from an earlier version of RSpec Rails, please consult the upgrading 2.x to 3.x guide.
Last published about 1 month ago by Jon Rowe.
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