[rspec-users] I want RSpec for CSS layout.
matt at mattwynne.net
Sat Aug 30 11:58:21 EDT 2008
I have been in a few pub conversations now about 'photoshop-driven-
development' where we show the machine what the page should look like
(a photoshop mock-up), and keeps failing the build until we produce
something that every browser can render to look like the mock-up.
Surely with all that CCTV out there in the world now there must be
some image-recognition software we could use to make this dream come
On 30 Aug 2008, at 15:52, Jay Levitt wrote:
> Scott Taylor wrote:
>> On Aug 29, 2008, at 2:39 PM, Dan North wrote:
>>> ooh, that would be lovely.
>>> LayoutBehave anyone?
>> Well, I don't see why there couldn't be one, assuming there was a
>> CSS parser out there.
>> I've started a treetop CSS2 parser, but just don't have the time
>> to devote to it. Anyone interested?
> Ah, but a CSS parser wouldn't tell me if a browser bug had mis-
> rendered the page. What I really want to do is automate the oh-so-
> common process of:
> 1. Make some seemingly trivial CSS change
> 2. See that it seems to work
> 3. Go about my day
> 4. Five days later, when I hit a different code path in IE6, notice
> that it looks funny and never used to
> 5. Try to bisect the version to see when it happened
> which has to happen in the browser (assuming that the browser
> passes its miscalculated X/Y coordinates back to the DOM properly).
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