[macruby-changes] [3523] MacRuby/trunk/spec/frozen/tags/macruby/core/kernel/ respond_to_missing_tags.txt

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Sat Feb 13 01:21:24 PST 2010

Revision: 3523
Author:   lsansonetti at apple.com
Date:     2010-02-13 01:21:24 -0800 (Sat, 13 Feb 2010)
Log Message:
untagging specs that now pass

Removed Paths:

Deleted: MacRuby/trunk/spec/frozen/tags/macruby/core/kernel/respond_to_missing_tags.txt
--- MacRuby/trunk/spec/frozen/tags/macruby/core/kernel/respond_to_missing_tags.txt	2010-02-13 09:21:08 UTC (rev 3522)
+++ MacRuby/trunk/spec/frozen/tags/macruby/core/kernel/respond_to_missing_tags.txt	2010-02-13 09:21:24 UTC (rev 3523)
@@ -1,10 +0,0 @@
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? returns false by default
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? is called when #respond_to? would return false
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? is called with true as the second argument when #respond_to? is
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? causes #respond_to? to return true if called and not returning false
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? causes #respond_to? to return false if called and returning false
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? is not called with false as a second argument when #respond_to? is
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? is called when obj responds to the given private method, include_private = false
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? is called for missing class methods
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? is called with a 2nd argument of false when #respond_to? is
-fails:Kernel#respond_to_missing? is called a 2nd argument of false when #respond_to? is called with only 1 argument
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