[rspec-users] error_on is deprecated?
pergesu at gmail.com
Fri Mar 2 05:12:59 EST 2007
On 3/1/07, David Chelimsky <dchelimsky at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 3/1/07, Pat Maddox <pergesu at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The docs say
> > DEPRECATED. See Spec::Rails::Expectations
> > model.should_have(:no).errors_on(:attribute)
> > model.should_have(1).error_on(:attribute)
> > model.should_have(3).errors_on(:attribute)
> > However the rdoc for Spec::Rails::Expectations shows the same code.
> > The only difference is that it's "model.should
> > have(1).error_on(:attribute) instead"
> That's a big difference ;)
I realize there's a huge difference. In fact...let it be known that
I've read basically every OOP design book known to man. I've studied
them in depth. Despite that, 80% of my understanding of OOP comes
from relatively small discussions from David Chelimsky.
> > So is error_on itself deprecated, or is it just the old should_have?
> It's specifically "should_have". It'll work fine if you use "should have".
That's all I was asking.
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