OS: Arch Linux, Rails version: 4, RubyMine: 6.3
When I run a spec from Tools – Run Rake Task – spec I always get this error:
/home/chylli/.rvm/gems/[email protected]/gems/rspec-core-3.0.2/lib/rspec/core/configuration.rb:1024:in `require’: cannot load such file — teamcity/spec/runner/formatter/teamcity/formatter (LoadError)
but it is OK to run ‘debug spec:models’.
What I tried: I added ‘ruby arguments’ under Run – edit configurations:
but it doesn’t work.
on the command line before running rake from RubyMine, or running specs directly, or doing anything else that uses spring.
You don’t need to do this every time you run rake or specs or whatever in RubyMine, only if you previously started spring by running rake or doing something else that starts spring outside of RubyMine. You also don’t need to
spring stop when you switch from RubyMine back to the command line.
This happens because if spring is not running when you run rake or whatever outside RubyMine, spring will start and will preload your code but not RubyMine-specific code. Evidently spring doesn’t know how to load missing code after it’s been started.
I took the time to fix this without the need to restart spring.
But it doesn’t look like that repo is active, so you can use my fix by switching your spring-commands-rspec entry to this to your Gemfile:
gem 'spring-commands-rspec', git: 'https://github.com/thewoolleyman/spring-commands-rspec.git'
Had the same issue just today, and I had to take different actions:
spring stop would tell me that
Spring is not running
So I had to
1. kill them manually
ps aux | grep spring
Would give me
thomasromera 27841 [...] | spring app | started 23 hours ago | development mode thomasromera 38931 [...] | spring app | started 18 hours ago | development mode thomasromera 54661 [...] | spring app | started 4 mins ago | development mode thomasromera 27840 [...] | spring server | started 23 hours ago
then kill all servers + apps
kill 27840 kill 38931 ...
2. Turn off the spring pre-loader in RubyMine:
In RubyMine: CMD+Shift+A type
spring pre-loader, turn it off and rerun the specs.
Don’t forget to turn it on again if you need it.