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The Rubinius project generally uses TDD/BDD-style executable specifications to drive development. The Rubinius 'spec' directory is conceptually divided into two parts:

  1. All the files under './spec/ruby' that describe the behavior of MatzRuby.
  2. And all the other files under the './spec' directory that describe the behavior of Rubinius.

Failing specs are tagged so that the CI process always runs a known good set of specs. This enables easily confirming that changes to Rubinius code do not cause regressions.

Use the following workflow when adding specs and code to Rubinius:

  1. Write failing specs for some aspect of Ruby behavior. Commit the specs in a separate commit to the appropriate files under ./spec/ruby.
  2. Add Rubinius code to make the specs pass. Again, commit these changes in a separate commit from the spec changes.
  3. Run the rake command to ensure that all the CI specs pass.
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