Controller examples in Spec::Rails used to implicitly raise errors by overriding rescue_action like this:
<code>def rescue_action(e) do |e| raise e; end</code>
This requires that you explicitly override rescue_action in your controllers if you want to see errors being raised. To make this a bit easier, I just added a new method (trunk r2041 – will be released in 1.0.4) for controller examples that lets you do this:
<code>describe SomeController do before(:each) do raise_controller_errors end ... end </code>
This causes the rescue_action above to get defined on the controller class at runtime. And to make it even easier, spec/spec_helper.rb now calls this by default:
<code>Spec::Runner.configure do |config| ... config.before(:each, :behaviour_type => :controller) do raise_controller_errors end ... end </code>
So rescue_action will be defined by default, but you roll your own by deleting those lines in spec_helper.rb.