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Ruby

Versions#

  • 2.5
  • 3.0

Test Frameworks#

From Ruby 3.0, RSpec is used under the hood:

# Defaults to the global `describe` for backwards compatibility, but `RSpec.desribe` works as well.
describe "Example" do
  it "should return the sum" do
    expect(add(1, 1)).to eq(2), "failure message"
    # The following is still supported, but new tests should not use them.
    # Test.assert_equals(add(1, 1), 2, "failure message")
  end
end

Note that if an assertion message is provided while using RSpec, actual and expected results have to be in that message otherwise the information will not be shown to the user. See rspec-expectaions.

Earlier versions use Codewars Test Framework with similar syntax.

Timeout#

12 seconds

Packages#

Ruby MRI 2.5#

  • activesupport (5.2.0)
  • factory_bot (4.8.2)
  • faker (1.8.7)
  • faraday (0.15.1)
  • mongo (2.5.3)
  • mongoid (6.2.0)
  • nokogiri (1.8.2)
  • pg (1.0.0)
  • rack (2.0.5)
  • rails (5.2.0)
  • redis (4.0.1)
  • rspec (3.7.0)
  • rspec-its (1.2.0)
  • sequel (5.8.0)
  • sinatra (2.0.1)
  • sqlite3 (1.3.13)
  • webmock (3.4.2)

Ruby MRI 3.0.0#

  • faker (2.17.0)
  • faraday (1.3.0)
  • mongo (2.14.0)
  • nokogiri (1.11.2)
  • pg (1.2.3)
  • rack (2.2.3)
  • rack-test (1.1.0)
  • redis (4.2.5)
  • rspec (3.10.0)
  • sequel (5.42.0)
  • sinatra (2.1.0)
  • sqlite3 (1.4.2)
  • webmock (3.12.2)

Services#

  • sqlite
  • redis
  • mongodb

Language ID#

ruby