[rspec-users] :render expects possible?
dchelimsky at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 01:06:52 EDT 2007
On 8/2/07, Edward Ocampo-Gooding <edward.og at gmail.com> wrote:
> David Chelimsky wrote:
> > On 8/1/07, Edward Ocampo-Gooding <edward.og at gmail.com> wrote:
> >> Hi,
> >> Is it possible to do the following in a controller spec?
> >> @controller.should_receive(:render).with(:layout => false)
> >> I've been trying this kind of thing and it looks like RSpec is messing
> >> with the render calls, and requires you to use render_template instead.
> >> Could we have at least a warning that mentions that parameters passed to
> >> :render expectations are going to be thrown away and mention an
> >> alternative way of spec-ing this behaviour?
> > In trunk, when you call should_receive(:render) you will get an error
> > saying you should use the new method (also in trunk)
> > controller.expects_render.
> Right on. Thanks for the tip.
> By the way, is there support for catching methods that haven't been
> stubbed out on mock objects and throwing appropriate warnings?
Sorry but I don't really understand what you mean? Can you give an example?
> The last
> time this happened by accident, I just got a mess of rspec debugging log
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