[rspec-users] Mocking/Stubbing ActiveRecord.config.default_timezone
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Mon Jan 26 15:08:37 EST 2009
Mark Wilden wrote:
> The thing is that the Ruby idiom is to avoid unnecessary returns.
> Because of this, using them actually makes code harder to read,
> because you have to read it more carefully to see if they're being
> used for a legitimate reason.
If the method is short, the code simply falls through, and I am not
doing anything particularly subtle with the result, then I follow the
convention of no explicit return. If a method requires at least one
explicit return then I code all possible outcomes as returns. In such a
case, one _should_ be reading the code more carefully, particularly if
one is writing it.
But, we digress. I am still looking for suggestions on recommended
approaches to testing application code that is dependent upon
environment.rb config values.
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