[rspec-users] another noob question about stubs

Bryan Ray bryansray at gmail.com
Wed Apr 30 09:21:07 EDT 2008

If you used Matt's code below, then successful? is most likely  
referring to a method after your open_id_authentication method.

When you stub! that method you're effectively telling rspec to skip  
over it and return what I tell you instead.

You'd need to paste more of your spec and controller action that  
you're stubbing for anyone to be of further help.

On Apr 30, 2008, at 1:00 AM, Patrick Aljord wrote:

> ok thanks, I still get a "undefined method `successful?'", successful?
> is a method that is used inside of the block, it's partof the
> open_id_authentication plugin, any way to include the plugin in the
> spec so that it recognizes the method?
> thanks in advance
> Pat
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