leslief at sunquake.net
Sat Sep 8 16:17:50 EDT 2007
Ack. The devil is in typing errors. I had been trying expets_render
(with an s), don't know how I got should_render in here. At any rate,
expect_render does work. Sorry for the lame question, thanks for the
quick reply. :)
On Sep 8, 2007, at 2:11 PM, David Chelimsky wrote:
> On 9/8/07, Leslie Freeman <leslief at sunquake.net> wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> I'm trying to make use of template.expects_render, is outlined in
>> David's post(http://blog.davidchelimsky.net/articles/2007/06/28/
>> template-expects_render). I get an undefined method error on
>> expects_render. I made sure I had the 1.0.8 gem as well as
>> reinstalling the plugin and redoing the bootstrap. Still no luck. So
>> I created a clean project, installed the CURRENT plugin, ran script/
>> generate rspec and generated a vanilla rspec scaffold. I added the
>> template.should_render to a view spec, and am still getting the
>> undefined method error.
>> I had assumed this method would be available in 1.0.8, as it was
>> supposed to be added to 1.0.6. Am I wrong? Or am I missing something
>> crucial about the usage?
>> Below is my view spec:
>> require File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/../../spec_helper'
>> describe "/apples/index.rhtml" do
>> include ApplesHelper
>> before do
>> apple_98 = mock_model(Apple)
>> apple_99 = mock_model(Apple)
>> assigns[:apples] = [apple_98, apple_99]
>> it "should render list of apples" do
>> template.should_render(:partial => 'apples/apple')
> The method is expect_render, not should_render.
>> render "/apples/index.rhtml"
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