Provided by: ruby-shoulda-context_1.2.0-1_all
convert_to_shoulda_syntax - converts a regular Test::Unit Ruby source file into one that uses shoulda syntax.
converts a unit test file using regular Test::Unit syntax to one using the nicer shoulda syntax, i.e. it will convert an existing test file with names like def test_should_do_stuff ... end to one using the new syntax: should "be super cool" do ... end A copy of the old file will be left under /tmp/ in case this script just seriously screws up.
/usr/share/doc/libshoulda-ruby/ as installed by the libshoulda-ruby package for documentation of should itself.
This manual page was written by Antonio Terceiro <firstname.lastname@example.org> for the Debian GNU/Linux system, but may be used by others. It was based on convert_to_shoulda_syntax's help output, i.e., when called without proper arguments, and with the help of help2man.