openspecs is a light tool to make it easier to write tests for your rspec using rails project. I find myself opening a lot of files especially specs, and then need to access the file the spec file is written for. So I wrote a vs code extension for it, of course. It is in a very basic, but usable, state. I hope to add more onto it and improve it as I go on.
When in an rspec file in the spec/ folder of a project, you can use a command to open the related file in the app/ folder. You simply do ctrl+shift+P and type in "OpenSpec app file". Like magic, the file will open.
Note: I mention only the app/ folder as when I wrote this in the hour I did, I didn't think about there being a lib/ folder... Whoopsies. I'll get to it eventually.
None currently. :)
Only the app/ folder specs are considered
Really only supports rails with rspec with standard structure.
It was released. :3
Added basic ability to open the file a spec references.
I will be more than happy to let other people help me out on this project; I have a few things I hope to hit at least before a full 1.0 release of the project.
Support specs that describe a source file that is not in the app/ folder.
Figure out how to add a button for it on some bar.
Write tests for current code base lol
Vote for a congress person I agree with.
Implement reverse support (open the spec file for a given ruby file.)
Cry when my prefered candidate is beat because I live in TN and they have no chance ;_;
Maybe have the reverse order create the spec file (and stub it as well) based on the file type and everything.... should be possible
Support other ruby testing frameworks
Ultra Long Term
Support other language's frameworks.
Note: This is likely to change at any point, and new goals maybe added. I am doing this in my freetime for fun. :3