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1. Running rspec on a Rails app that contains an encoded file fails with segmentation fault
When running rspec on a Rails app that contains an encoded file (or when running rspec on the encoded ruby scripts), you may get the following error [BUG] Segmentation fault at...
The issues with running rspec over encoded files were caused by calling SimpleCov.start from spec/spec_helper.rb.
We are investigating what's wrong with simplecov but for now you may comment out the "SimpleCov.start" line. It's probably no much reason for getting the coverage for encoded file. Rspec itself works fine. Also you may keep spec/* files unencoded, yet re-encoding without the simplecov works too.
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