GriwMF GriwMF - 5 months ago 29
Ruby Question

How to tell rspec to run without pending tests output?

Is there a way (maybe some key) to tell rspec to skip pending tests and don't print information about them?

I have some auto generated tests like

pending "add some examples to (or delete) #{__FILE__}"


I run "bundle exec rspec spec/models --format documentation" and get somethin like this:

Rating
allows to rate first time
disallow to rate book twice

Customer
add some examples to (or delete) /home/richelieu/Code/first_model/spec/models/customer_spec.rb (PENDING: No reason given)

Category
add some examples to (or delete) /home/richelieu/Code/first_model/spec/models/category_spec.rb (PENDING: No reason given)
......


I want to keep this files, cause I gonna change them later, but for now I want output like:

Rating
allows to rate first time
disallow to rate book twice

Finished in 0.14011 seconds
10 examples, 0 failures, 8 pending

dax dax
Answer

Take a look at tags -

You could do something like this in your test file

describe "the test I'm skipping for now" do     
  it "slow example", :skip => true do
    #test here
  end
end

and run your tests like this:

bundle exec rspec spec/models --format documentation --tag ~skip

where the ~ character excludes all tests with the following tag, in this case skip