[rspec-users] [Cucumber] ssl requirement
win at wincent.com
Fri Feb 13 11:36:48 EST 2009
Thanks for the reply, James.
El 13/2/2009, a las 16:28, James Byrne <lists at ruby-forum.com> escribió:
> You could consider moving your spec_helper method into a separate
> library module, put that in /lib and load it in
Moving the hack from the spec_helper.rb file into a different file
unfortunately doesn't make it any less of a kludge...
> You can also look at:
> for ideas, although I do not think that his approach will tie into
That article is about setting up a local Apache instance to proxy to a
local Mongrel instance so that you can connect via HTTPS in local,
manual testing on your development machine. I actually already do that
(although I am using nginx, not Apache), but that really has nothing
to do with RSpec or Cucumber because unless you're doing in-browser
testing with Selenium or similar you're not actually making an HTTP/
HTTPS connection at all.
Nevertheless, that article led me to this one:
Which itself had a hideous suggestion in it that actually works around
my problem. Basically the advice consists of doing something like this
in your "ssl_required?" method in your application_controller.rb:
# always return false for tests
return false if RAILS_ENV == 'test'
I brand this as "hideous" because it commits the heinous crime of
dynamically modifying application behaviour only when execution within
the testing context is detected. Ugh.
For the time being, though, looks like the only way to get my Cucumber
features working. At least until I find out a better way.
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