[rspec-users] Using mocks
dchelimsky at gmail.com
Wed May 30 20:49:06 EDT 2007
On 5/30/07, barsalou <barjunk at attglobal.net> wrote:
> > Message: 11
> > Date: Wed, 30 May 2007 19:45:58 -0400
> > From: "David Chelimsky" <dchelimsky at gmail.com>
> > Subject: Re: [rspec-users] Using mocks
> > To: rspec-users <rspec-users at rubyforge.org>
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> > On 5/30/07, barsalou <barjunk at attglobal.net> wrote:
> >> I've just started doing TDD/BDD and like the idea of mocks. So I set
> >> out to use them. The doc pages seem great, I setup the mock and then
> >> it just works. Here is what I am trying to do:
> >> Myuser is a non-rails model of user attributes. We are going to be
> >> mocking the connection to the ldap server. The user class has a login
> >> method that connects to the ldap server and if successful, returns the
> >> user object. For now though, I'd be happy for it to return the true
> >> value.
> >> I'm writing this message cause it doesn't work for me, but I'm sure it
> >> is because I am not doing something right...but unsure what exactly
> >> that is.
> >> describe Myuser do
> >> before(:each) do
> >> my_mock = mock(:some_name)
> >> my_mock.should_receive(:login).with("user","pass").and_return(true)
> >> end
> > These need to be instance variables:
> > describe Myuser do
> > before(:each) do
> > @my_mock = mock(:some_name)
> > @my_mock.should_receive(:login).with("user","pass").and_return(true)
> > end
> > it "should be logged in" do
> > @my_mock.login("user","pass")
> > end
> > end
> > See if that works.
> > David
> That worked for me just fine. What do I need to do to change the
> examples page to include an example of the usage of the created mock as
> well as mention that those mocks should be instance variables?
Submit a feature request in the tracker:
I tried to set up a docs tracker, but screwed it up and haven't gotten
the rubyforge folks to fix it for me yet ;)
> I'm assuming they have to be instance variables because they go out of
> scope at the end of before_each?
> Thanks for the help.
> Mike B.
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