Here’s a nice little enhancement in Spec::Rails-0.9.
Up until now, controller examples required that the controller be named:
<code>#the old way context "Login Controller" do controller_name :login ... </code>
You’ll still be able to do that, but you’ll also be able to do this:
<code>describe LoginController do ... </code>
… and Spec::Rails will assume that LoginController is what you want to use.
This works for your helper examples as well:
<code>describe PeopleHelper do ... </code>