[rspec-users] Cucumber Scaffolds

James B. Byrne byrnejb at harte-lyne.ca
Wed Nov 12 12:27:42 EST 2008

On: Wed, 12 Nov 2008 17:35:40 +0100, "aslak hellesoy"
<aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com> wrote
> Do you have vendor/plugins/webrat ?
> If you have webrat as a gem you must require 'webrat' in env.rb
> Maybe the generated env.rb should have:
> require 'webrat' if !defined?(Webrat)

Yes.  That worked fine.  Now I have another question.  Please be patient
with me.

The features test now shows this:

$ rake features
(in /home/byrnejb/Software/Development/Projects/proforma.git)
Feature: Manage entities  # features/manage_entities.feature
  In order to keep track of entities
  A entity maintainer
  Should be able to manage multiple entities
  To Protect Revenue
  Scenario: Register a new entity                                      #
    Given I am on the new entity page                                  #
      wrong number of arguments (3 for 1) (ActionView::TemplateError)
      On line #10 of app/views/entities/new.html.erb

      7: <% form_for(@entity) do |f| %>
      9:   <%= render  :partial  => 'entities/entity_header',
      10:               :object   => @entity -%>
      12:   <p>
      13:   <%= f.submit "Create" -%>


I am obviously retro-fitting tests on code that I have already written. 
In this instance I have extracted code common to the new and the edit
views into a partial.  What is this test error telling me and how do I get
my feature/step to accommodate my existing ( and working ) code?

# steps/entity_steps.rb
Given /I am on the new entity page/ do
  visits "/entities/new"


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