[rspec-users] Failed to pass arguments to controller method

David Chelimsky dchelimsky at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 00:03:01 EDT 2007

On 8/7/07, Shaker <flyeminent at hotmail.com> wrote:
> Good morning to everyone:
>     So weird!!
>     I got a method called apply_settings(arg1, arg2) in the controller to be
> tested. In the controller spec, I of course called the method.
> In the controller:
>     def apply_settings(arg1, arg2) #where arg1 is a hash, and arg2 is an
> array of object
>       #do some coding
>     end
> In the controller spec:
>     before(:each) do
>       @controller = Controller.new
>     end
>     it "should test the apply_settings" do
>       @controller.apply_settings(Hash.new, array_of_object) #where the
> arguments are exactly some format
> #as required
>     end
> However, it yielded "wrong number of arguments(0 for 1)" error after I ran
> the spec. It there anything wrong in my spec?

Difficult to say with the little bit of code you're posting. It would
be a lot easier to help if you posted the full code of the spec'd
method, the spec, and the resulting backtrace.

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