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RSpec-Varys automatically generates RSpec specs from your mocked methods each time your suite is run.
This enables you to build your program from the top-down (or outside-in if
your prefer) without having to manually keep track of which mocks have
Installation instructions can be found here.
A typical workflow using rspec-varys looks like this. Note, I haven't
written "and run your specs again" at the end of each step, that's
if you have no failing specs and you need some new functionality, write a new top-level spec.
if your specs are failing because your spec calls a non-existent function,
write the code for that function. Feel free to call methods that
don't exist yet.
if your specs are failing because your code calls a non-existent function
stub that function out in the spec using
if your specs pass but varys generates new specs for untested stubs,
copy the generated specs into the appropriate spec file.
if varys warns you about unneeded specs, delete those specs and any
code that can be removed without making other specs fail.
if your specs pass but there are pending specs, pick one and remove
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