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is there an easy way to get the compiler to tell me where the method I'm calling is defined?
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I'm writing a test against a stdlib modification I've made -- the spec is running fine but I can't get the change I've made to do anything. Even dropping a 'raise' at the top of the method yields no change
<Blacksmoke16> calling a diff overload?
Oh I see. The stdlib specs don't run against the source like they do in a typical project, they run against the current compiler. So it's a 2 step process, make crystal and then bin/crystal spec ...?
<Blacksmoke16> prob could do something with `CRYSTAL_PATH`
<Blacksmoke16> and point that at your local compiler stdlib versus the one included with the installed package
I have no problem using bin/crystal to make that work. I just didn't realize that it required doing that.