Without that gem, when you run the
autospec command that ships with RSpec, Autotest won’t won’t have any way of knowing it’s in a Rails app and it will load up rspec’s
autotest/rspec.rb instead of rspec-rails‘
Even if you’re not using RSpec, you’ll get ZenTest’s
autotest/autotest.rb instead of
autotest/rails.rb when you run the
The next release of rspec-rails will include a patch to resolve this for RSpec users, but in the mean time (and for everybody else), just
gem install autotest-rails and resume your regularly scheduled continuous testing.