Run RSpec Extension for Visual Studio Code (vscode)
This extension provides basic commands for running spec files in build-in vscode terminal.
You might want to prefix the rspec command with something like docker or foreman.
With this configuration you can customize your rspec command as you please. Example when using foreman:
The default is
You can also customize it per project by adding the same configuration to your project's
Once you've made your great commits (include tests, please):
Please respect the indentation rules and code style. And use 2 spaces, not tabs. And don't touch the version thing or distribution files; this will be made when a new version is going to be released.
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