Make sure you have read:
Then, follow these steps to fix a failing spec:
git checkout -b branch_nameto create a new branch (where branch_name is a brief description for the problem you are fixing.
raketo ensure that all CI specs are passing.
bin/mspec spec/some/spec_file.rbto confirm the spec fails.
rake buildto build your change.
bin/mspec spec/some/spec_file.rbto see if your change makes the spec pass. Add a "-txVERSION" argument at the end if you'd want to tackle Ruby VERSION. For example: "-tx19" for Ruby 1.9.
raketo ensure there are no regressions.
git status, git add, git commit, etc. Any changes made to the spec files under the spec/ruby directory must be in a different commit from changes made to other Rubinius source code files.
When your pull request is accepted by the Rubinius project, you'll get a commit bit for the Rubinius repository. Let Evan, Brian or Dirkjan know what your Github username is.