[rspec-users] response.should_not redirect_to

David Chelimsky dchelimsky at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 20:52:40 EDT 2007


On 7/26/07, Yurii Rashkovskii <yrashk at gmail.com> wrote:
> David,
>
> >>
> >> Here is an extract from my source code
> >>
> >>      it "should allow authenticated user to access '#{action}'" do
> >>        @user = mock_user_authentication(:id => 1, :identity_url =>
> >> "http://openid.server/yrashk", :queues => [])
> >>        get action, params
> >>        assigns[:current_user].should == @user
> >>        flash[:error].should be_nil
> >>        response.should_not redirect_to(login_url)
> >>      end
> >>
> >> Depending on action, it is either successful response or response
> >> that redirects somewhere (but not to login, since user is "proven" to
> >> be authenticated). In this example, I really don't want to care,
> >> whether it was successful response or redirection to somewhere, until
> >> it is not a redirection to login URL.
> >>
> >> Stupid enough?
> >
> > That's not a fair question.
> >
> > Wanna submit a patch?
> >
>
> With please — the code was above, once I will understand where should
> I put a spec for it.

rspec_on_rails/spec/rails/matchers/redirect_to_spec.rb

Cheers,
David

> I got some misunderstanding there (probably the
> night is reason :)
>
> Yurii.
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