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- Reported in: P1.0 (15-Sep-17)
PDF page: 20
When running "rspec --profile 2" you display the result as "5 examples, 0 failures". But on the previous page (19), we haven't yet fixed the error for coffee with milk spec:
"Finished in 0.0102 seconds (files took 0.09104 seconds to load)
2 examples, 1 failure".
Wouldn't it be wiser to either fix the error by implementing the missing code or display the error when running with --profile option ?--Serguei Cambour
- Reported in: P1.0 (04-Sep-17)
PDF page: 53
"Ruby’s JSON library can safely parse simple a record like this one into a Ruby
"simple" and "a" are in the the wrong order.
"Ruby’s JSON library can safely parse a simple record like this one into a Ruby
--Jacob D Williams
- Reported in: P1.0 (28-Sep-17)
Paper page: 128
The phrase "but you can also also add helper" contains double "also".--Serguei CambourMyron Marston says: Good catch! We'll be sure to address this in the next edition.
- Reported in: P1.0 (10-Oct-17)
- Fixed: 10-Oct-17, awaiting book release
PDF page: 188
... so you’d like to memoize (cache) the result should be
so you’d like to memorize (cache) the result.--Serguei CambourMyron Marston says: Actually, our usage of "memoize" (no "r") is intentional. We introduce this term on page 12, with a link to a blog post that explains it more in depth.