[rspec-users] mocking named_scope utilization
pergesu at gmail.com
Thu Nov 6 12:48:45 EST 2008
"Chris Flipse" <cflipse at gmail.com> writes:
> I dunno ... creating a bunch of joining methods seems to be an awfully disjoint way to deal with something that is, admittedly, designed to
> laugh in the face of the Law of Demeter.
> I've been handling chains through some heavy use of null_object stubs ... but, I've been doing that sort of manually. Could be rolled up,
> at least.
> I'm kind of spitballing something that might be somewhat less manual ...
> foo.stub_chains :method_1, :method_2 do |chain|
> def stub_chains(*args)
> hades = stub("chain", :null_object => true)
> args.each do|chain|
Yeah, that's cool. In regards to Demeter, one of my former coworkers
argued that if you don't gain much by that encapsulation, you should
default to following the ontological structure. Makes a lot of sense to
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