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RSpec Buddy

A RSpec buddy for Sublime Text.

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  • 0.0.18
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RSpec Buddy

A small Sublime Text package to boost your productivity when using RSpec.

A modified fork of https://github.com/fnando/better-rspec-for-sublime-text.

Features

Inherited from Better RSpec

  • command and shortcut for toggling between implementation/spec files (see demo)
  • syntax highlighting

RSpec Buddy exclusive ⭐️

  • describe block generation for each of your classes and methods when creating a new spec file (see demo)
  • configuration file
  • some handy little tweaks

Toggling between implementation/spec

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The default binding is super+..

{
  "keys": ["super+."],
  "command": "rspec_toggle"
}

You can change it to whatever you want by adding the following snippet to your Keybindings file.

{
  "keys": ["ctrl+alt+down"],
  "command": "rspec_toggle"
}

Describe block generation

  • infers the class/module name from the implementation file path to put at RSpec.describe
  • creates a describe block for each method from the implementation file

Configuration file

Reads an optional .rspec-buddy file so you can customize the path to ignore when looking for spec and implementation files

Suppose you have the following structure:

project/
  lib/
    whatever/
      file.rb
  spec/
    file_spec.rb

By invoking the rspec_toggle command, this plugin will look for the spec file at project/spec/whatever/file_spec.rb(by default lib/ will always be ignored).

But you can create a project/.rspec-buddy file with the content lib/whatever/ for instance, then, the plugin will look for the spec file at project/spec/file_spec.rb (ignoring lib/whatever/).

Handy tweaks

  • does not add require 'spec_helper'/require 'rails_helper' to spec files as you can keep your tests clean by putting them in the .rspec file.
  • remove all snippets from the Better RSpec as I believe you should create the ones you like.

Syntax Detection

The best way of setting the syntax automatically is using the ApplySyntax package. Just install it and you're done!

Installation

Package Control

  1. Open the Command Palette (Super+Shift+p) and choose “*Install Package*”
  2. Select “*RSpec Buddy*” and press Enter

Using Git

  1. Change to your Sublime Text Packages directory
  2. Clone repository git clone https://github.com/glaucocustodio/rspec-buddy-for-sublime-text.git 'RSpec Buddy'

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License

The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.