> There is a  good Google video about rspec and Behavior Driven
> Development by the very well-dressed Dave Astels:
>
> http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=8135690990081075324&pl=true
>
> --
> James Britt
>

I still fail to see the value added by rSpec. In the video, one main
point I got was BDD try to break the 1-1 relation of class and test
class, which he said is useful if refactoring code. but writing rails
app, with convention over configuration ideology, I don't really do
that much refactoring.

and if you look at the example,
"@stack.should_be_empty" is mapped to stack.empty? method,
@stack.top.should_equal "one item" is stack.top == "one item"

besides more English like, how is it better than the assert_equal?