The shoulda-matchers gem is a
collection of RSpec matchers for various Rails things. Gabe Berke-Williams
(gabebw) went to town on it this week, cleaning
everything up in an effort to make it more pleasant to hack on
41bccc8). Having done that, he added a
:primary option to the
(68e65b2). Matthew Daubert
(MDaubs) fixed a JRuby failure and also added
support for Rails 3.0
Prem Sichanugrist (sikachu) released version 3.0.1, which breaks backward compatibility (d61ddd5, 51bb0f9, 7088f5b, e1951ed, 9ea4a9b, 36d1289, 8390516, b3f9690, 8e80310, ee4107a, b3a63ed, 8a758c2, 84d2d08, fe706c6, b54904e, d3a7427, da5d716, ee42b19, e83f88f, 03f777f, 5232b19, 19aedbc).
Jon Yurek (jyurek) merged in something he has been working on: adapters for different types of I/O (6c5fe19, e10edcd, f4b6d48, 78cfebd, 89c8d11). Adding new file-like things is now easier, including URLs that act like files. Yeah, that’s right.
Jon is so going to write a blog post about this with more explanations, after he updates the README.
A bunch of fun commits to
factory_bot this week. Chris
Griego (cgriego) used pull requests as a forum to
promote his ActiveAttr gem
4e2a672). Joshua Clayton
(joshuaclayton) added a
Mike Subelsky (subelsky) fixed a typo in the docs
around the name
Croak (croaky) mentioned the supported Ruby versions
in the README
(bed50ec), Josh renamed
NEWS because that’s exactly what it is
and also renamed
*rb files to
*erb to handle yardoc better
I totally dropped the ball on releasing a new version of capybara-webkit this week. Sorry about that! Joe Ferris (jferris), however, refactored some of the C++, which is very welcome (c2a2bd0 and 4531f65).
Some news in our appraisal gem this week: Gabe Berke-Williams (gabebw) added a contribution guideline (fd05fdf), then osheroff fixed appraisal to handle weird filenames (1d4fa93, b21220a, and 75a4970).
Looking for FactoryGirl? The library was renamed in 2017. ↩