August 26 2011 11:00 CET
In one project I have some Ruby agents that outputs status to
STDOUT. When running the RSpec suite this becomes a bit annoying since it will mess up the spec progress output.
So, the quick and dirty way to get rid of
STDOUT output via either
Keep in mind that if you use the object several times you must include the stub in the
before method so it is not overridden.
require File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/../spec_helper' require 'rspec/mocks/standalone' describe "Something" do before do Something.stub!(:print) Something.stub!(:puts) end it "should do something" do Something.whatever end end
Something#whatever should now be suppressed.
If you are getting an
undefined method `stub!` you probably forgot to include