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Cookie spec is set to outdated RFC2109spec RFC2965spec and netscape spec in apache HttpClient4.4.4


Cookie spec is set to outdated RFC2109spec RFC2965spec and netscape spec in apache HttpClient4.4.4

By : user2185425
Date : November 21 2020, 04:01 AM


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'rake spec' works, 'spec spec' doesn't

'rake spec' works, 'spec spec' doesn't


By : user2132148
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do You have different commands looking up different versions of ruby, hence - different sets of gems.
code :
$ which -a ruby
Rspec capybara spec fails when invoked via 'rake spec' but passes when invoked via 'rspec spec'

Rspec capybara spec fails when invoked via 'rake spec' but passes when invoked via 'rspec spec'


By : Akshaya
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will be helpful for those in need The problem was actually the gem rails_admin and how it was interacting with rake. It was fixed by adding the following to spec_helper.rb:
code :
ENV['SKIP_RAILS_ADMIN_INITIALIZER'] = 'false'
Clojure Spec - Issue with spec/or nested in spec/and

Clojure Spec - Issue with spec/or nested in spec/and


By : user1373667
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do
But this seems counterintuitive to me as it would hamper reuse of spec predicates
code :
(s/valid?
  (s/and
    (s/nonconforming (s/or :s string? :v vector?))
    empty?)
  "")
=> true
(s/valid?
  (s/and
    (s/and (s/or :s string? :v vector?)
           ;; discard `s/or` tag here
           (s/conformer second))
    empty?)
  [])
=> true
(defmacro dkdc-or [& key-pred-forms]
  `(s/and (s/or ~@key-pred-forms) (s/conformer second)))
Nestjs: How to generate "spec.ts" files if --no-spec used to disable spec files generation

Nestjs: How to generate "spec.ts" files if --no-spec used to disable spec files generation


By : user3446732
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
Hope that helps There is no way to re-run the spec file generation for a file that already exists. You can create the spec file manually, or you can tell Nest to create a new file of some sort, ensure that it creates a new spec file, and delete the other file it creates with it. If you are needing the boilerplate for the spec file, it's usually something like this:
code :
import { Test } from '@nestjs/testing';
import { MyService } from './my.service';

describe('MyService', () => {
  let service: MyService;
  beforeEach(ascyn () => {
    const module = await Test.createTestingModule({
      providers: [MyService],
    }).compile();
    service = moudle.get<MyService>(MyService);
  });

  it('should be defined', () => {
    expect(service).toBeDefined();
  });
});
Using spec/merge with spec/multi-spec

Using spec/merge with spec/multi-spec


By : Brain Bag
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
should help you out Not sure that this is what you want, but I would think you'd use the normal multimethod inheritance approach.
code :
(require '[clojure.spec :as s])

(s/def :field/common (s/keys :req-un [:field/type :field/name]
                             :opt-un [:field/default]))

(s/def :field/max-length int?)

(defmulti field-type :type)
(defmethod field-type :character [_]
  (s/merge :field/common
           (s/keys :req-un [:field/max-length])))
(defmethod field-type :foreign-key [_]
  (s/merge :field/common
           (s/keys :req-un [:field/references])))

(defmethod field-type :field/common [_]
  :field/common)

(derive :int :field/common)
(derive :boolean :field/common)

(s/def ::field (s/multi-spec field-type :field/type))
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