matt at mattwynne.net
Tue Sep 30 07:47:46 EDT 2008
We do something similar to this, though we use a convention to set
@klass to the class being spec'd in the top-level example group,
rather than deriving it as they do in that sample.
In view specs we also use a convention to always have a do_render
method available, so that we can bring in similarly shared / generated
It's great for speccing two sublcasses which have some common
behaviour, where it feels wrong to spec the (abstract) base class.
On 30 Sep 2008, at 12:09, Andy Freeman wrote:
> I just stumbled upon this link this morning where Shoulda makes it
> to automatically load custom macros. Is there a similar feature in
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