Hi,

In message "Re: [PATCH] multiple exceptions for assert_raises"
    on 03/12/05, Nathaniel Talbott <nathaniel / talbott.ws> writes:

|> By the way "assert_raises" looks against the "plain form noun" rule of
|> Ruby (i.e. exist? instead of exists?).  Can you prepare "assert_raise"
|> alias to it, Nathaniel?
|
|Hmmm... I wasn't aware of the rule. Is it documented somewhere?

No.  I mentioned the rule on the ruby-talk list several times though.

|I can certainly add an alias for the 1.8 series if you'd like, but if 
|it needs to be changed, I'd want to add a deprecation warning 
|eventually for 1.8, and remove #assert_raises in 1.9. Is that OK?

You don't have to remove assert_raises in the near future, when we
still have "has_key" method.  Perhaps deprecation will be taken place
in 1.9, and they will be removed in 2.0.

							matz.