Shoulda 4.0.1 - the lean and mean release

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Shoulda is a great tool for cleaning up your tests, but there was always some dirt under the hood that was keeping me up at night. I don't want to just move complexity around - I want to remove it entirely.

A recent change in edge rails forced me to get off my butt and do that.

So everyone give a warm hello to the latest Shoulda gem. It now uses a Context class in the backend, prints out should_eventually tests in a clear way, names the bare shouldas nicely, and fixes a few small bugs.

I also took the opportunity to fix some of the outstanding issues in the shoulda rails plugin (with a lot of great help from the community).

So grab the latest plugin and have some fun. Also, please let me know if you find any bugs or issues.

Feel free to submit corrections via github