RSpec TextMate Bundle
So I updated to the latest RSpec TextMate Bundle and I'm no longer able to run spec test with "Command R".
- I have a clean version version of TextMate installed.
- Rspec version 1.3.1 installed and the executable is working
- My project is a gem generated by Mr. Bones.
- No RVM installed
The Project Directory looks like this
my_gem_project spec model_spec.rb spec_helper.rb
When I run "Command R" from textmate to execute a spec I get this spec/autorun LoadError
/Users/jspooner/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/RSpec.tmbundle/Support/lib/rspec/mate.rb:43:in `require': no such file to load -- spec/autorun (LoadError) from /Users/jspooner/Library/Application Support/TextMate/Bundles/RSpec.tmbundle/Support/lib/rspec/mate.rb:43 from /tmp/textmate-command-767.rb:2:in `require' from /tmp/textmate-command-767.rb:2
The problem is with RSpec.tmbundle/Support/lib/spec/mate.rb because it requires spec which raises a LoadError: no such file to load — spec error.
I'm not sure why this error is raised. I can type spec on the command line but I can't require it in a file that is run by textmate.
Here are my current gem versions.
gem list --local | grep spec blue_light_special (0.2.0) rspec (1.3.1) rspec-rails (1.3.3)
I had the same problem it's because newer versions of the rspec bundle don't require rubygems - this is so it works for people who use other package managing systems (ie Bundler).
The easiest way to sort this is to add a variable in textmate - details are on the rspec-bundle github README - http://github.com/rspec/rspec-tmbundle
- open up TextMate Preferences
- go to the Advanced tab
- add a variable named RUBYOPT with the value rubygems