Add the gem to your application’s
group :test do gem 'rspec-github', require: false end
And then of course install the gem by executing:
You can specify the formatter with a command line argument:
rspec --format RSpec::Github::Formatter
And to always run it with this formatter, you can set it in the
# other configuration --format RSpec::Github::Formatter
Note that you can select multiple formatters so that you can also see other output:
rspec --format RSpec::Github::Formatter --format progress rspec --format RSpec::Github::Formatter --format documentation
If you want to disable annotations for pending specs you can do that by adding
--tag ~skip to your command:
rspec --format RSpec::Github::Formatter --tag ~skip
After checking out the repo, run
bundle install to install dependencies. Then, run
rake spec to run the tests.
Publishing a new version is handled by the publish workflow. This workflow publishes a GitHub release to rubygems with the version defined in the release.
The gem is available as open source under the terms of the MIT License.