[rspec-users] Another attempt for a succinct model validation DSL
tristil at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 15:37:23 EDT 2007
This looks right. One thing: I think validation_for inserts behaviors
into the example. I mean, that's how I think it should be implemented.
The question is, how many are there in the first example? How about 3?
- Person validates :firstname (not nil, "foo" okay, not "bar")
- Person validates :firstname should reject "" with 'can't be blank' message
- Person "should reject a super long firstname"
The .because("should reject a super long firstname") syntax in my
example would be equivalent to the third example.
> I strongly agree. I will gladly sacrifice a little bit of concision
> in order to stay in the rspec readability/behavior/specification
> paradigm. But I do want to (as much as is possible) remain in The
> Rspec Way with as little verbosity and noise distracting from the
> examples as is reasonable. David, Aslak, oh wise guardians and
> mentors of The Rspec Way, what do you think of my latest pastie?
> http://pastie.caboo.se/67605 :-)
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