[rspec-users] Best practice thoughts: Model helpers, mocks
james at hillyerd.com
Thu Apr 19 16:54:40 EDT 2007
"rake spec" works fine with HAML, but using the DRb server and rake
spec:autotest does not at least for me. I think I'm on Rails 1.2.3 w/
On 4/19/07, s.ross <cwdinfo at gmail.com> wrote:
> Why doesn't 0.8.2 work with haml? I've never had any issues with haml
> and I've been using it and rSpec for a while now...
> On Apr 19, 2007, at 9:24 AM, James Hillyerd wrote:
> > I'm not using integrated views, actually not doing any view testing at
> > all right now since 0.8.2 doesn't work with HAML. Not sure I would
> > even if I could though.
> > Part of the reason that setup method has so many objects is that it's
> > part of a wizard, so I am re-validating everything I have stored in
> > the session. The wizard is also converting one object
> > (signup_checkout) into a bunch of other objects (members * 4, renewals
> > * 4).
> > I probably should look at pushing some of my code into my model... But
> > it seems like code dealing with a form object that is never saved to
> > the database (signup_checkout is an "ActiveForm"
> > http://www.realityforge.org/articles/2005/12/02/validations-for-non-
> > activerecord-model-objects)
> > doesn't belong in the model, so I'm a little torn.
> > -james
> > On 4/19/07, Matthijs Langenberg <mlangenberg at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> I guess you are using integrated views, aren't you? Focus on the
> >> behaviour of your controller method, I don't think it would ever need
> >> all those stubbed fields, but please prove me wrong.
> > [..snip]
> > --
> > James A. Hillyerd <james at hillyerd.com>
> > Chief Technical Officer - ActiveRain Corp
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