[rspec-users] Are there any example specs for content importers to learn from
pat.maddox at gmail.com
Sat Mar 21 17:07:40 EDT 2009
That's basically what I do. http://gist.github.com/82981 shows one I
wrote a couple days ago. I yield each object because there are like
400k records and I can't keep them in memory. Might be a little nicer
to yield the params hash and let the caller build the object, but I
don't need that flexibility at this point.
On Sat, Mar 21, 2009 at 11:06 AM, Chris Adams <chris at stemcel.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi guys,
> This is my first post to the mailing list, so apologies if this kind of
> question comes up alot already.
> I've been working through the Peepcode screencasts on RSpec, and I'm trying
> to what I've been learning into practice to make an importer on a rails app
> that takes an xml feed, and imports each entry in the xml feed into the
> database, skipping imports if they already exist in the db.
> The thing is, I don't know the best way to do this, as most examples I've
> seen only refer to handing objects one at a time.
> Could someone point me to a couple of code examples of what importer specs
> should look like when written in rspec, or tell me roughly how I should be
> approaching this ?
> I've put the generic version of the code in this gist, to give an idea of
> where I'm headed at the mo, but any feedback would be greatly appreciated.
> Thanks and have a good weekend,
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