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Rspec 3: what to do when `describe` is undefined

In Rspec 3 the DSL like describe is exposed globally by default. Therefore it is not necessary to write Rspec.describe.

However, there is a config option to disable this beavior, which also disables the old should-syntax:

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RSpec.configure do |config| config.disable_monkey_patching! end

In order to still use describe without Rspec, you can set expose_dsl_globally = true after disable_monkey_patching!:

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RSpec.configure do |config| config.disable_monkey_patching! config.expose_dsl_globally = true end

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