[rspec-users] spec'ing theme views
zach.dennis at gmail.com
Tue Apr 7 00:03:29 EDT 2009
On Mon, Apr 6, 2009 at 8:06 PM, jared <jared at yourelevation.com> wrote:
> I'm using the theme support plugin on one of my apps, and I would like
> to spec the views for each of my themes, but having a little trouble
> and hoping someone can point me in the right direction.
> Themed views are located at /themes/my_theme/views that override the
> views in app/views when that theme is active. I created a themes/
> my_theme/spec directory, and to spec the file at /themes/my_theme/
> views/default/index.html.erb I created the following file at themes/
> require File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/../../../../spec/
> describe "/default/index.html.erb" do
> include DefaultHelper
> it "should render" do
> Two major questions here:
> 1) I'm not sure what to put for the describe parameter since I'm
> assuming "/default/index.html.erb" is referencing the app/views
This is a textual description used to help you. It doesn't actually
mean anything to rspec at this time AFAIK. RSpec is able to to treat
specs found in "spec/views/" as ViewExampleGroups based on the "view"
directory naming convention, IIRC.
> 2) Running this spec gives:
> NameError in '/default/index.html.erb should render'
> undefined local variable or method `render' for
> any suggestions on how to approach this?
Try passing in :type => "view" to your describe. e.g.:
describe "your/partial", :type => "view" do
Where does that take you?
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