[rspec-users] Another attempt for a succinct model validation DSL

David Chelimsky dchelimsky at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 00:36:10 EDT 2007

On 6/3/07, nicholas a. evans <nick at ekenosen.net> wrote:
> On 6/2/07, nicholas a. evans <nick at ekenosen.net> wrote:
> > At any rate, I just put together my first draft implementation
> > (developed spec-first).  It still doesn't check the error messages
> > yet, and it's only handling single fields at the moment, but I'll do
> > those after I get home from the market.  After that I'll figure out
> > how to get it working with my desired "shortcut" syntax.
> So I haven't gotten around to my preferred shortcut syntax yet, but I
> did add support to check for error messages and handle multiple
> fields, so it should be quite usable now.  I took the approach that
> when specifying single field validations it only checks for errors on
> that field, but when specifying multi-field validations it checks for
> any errors on the object.  That felt like simplest and least
> surprising solution to me.  My specs assume that you can use sqlite3
> (to do an in-memory DB).
> http://svn.ekenosen.net/public/rspec_validation_matcher/
> http://pastie.caboo.se/67509 shows what it currently can do, as well
> as my current thoughts on how I would *really* like to be doing this.
> I'm eager to hear any comments on it.  :-)

Personally, I think @person.should accept("Danny", "Elfman")


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