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Episode #386 - July 16th, 2013

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This week we centralize deploys with Pulsar, decouple with Datamappify, SMTP with Mmailer, tag with Gutentag, plan for RSpec 3, undo with destroyed_at, and do Testing on Tuesdays.

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The Plan for RSpec 3 Jump to Story

If you’re an RSpec user, you may be interested to know that the RSpec team decided that RSpec 2.14 which was released last week will be the last new feature release for the project, and the team will now be working towards a 3.0 release. Myron Marston wrote up a great post covering all that is being added, and even a bunch about what will be removed, like Ruby 1.8.6 and 1.9.1 support, the its and have(x).items syntax will be moved into external gems, in addition to other deprecations which will be removed. New stuff in this version may include Zero Monkey Patching Mode, Test double interface verification, fully composable matchers, etc.

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