[rspec-users] undefined method `route_for

Amit Kulkarni lists at ruby-forum.com
Fri Nov 13 05:28:47 EST 2009


MY spec helper contains following code:
# This file is copied to ~/spec when you run 'ruby script/generate 
rspec'
# from the project root directory.
ENV["RAILS_ENV"] ||= 'test'
require 
File.expand_path(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__),'..','config','environment'))
require 'spec'
require 'webrat'
require 'spec/autorun'
require 'spec/rails'

require File.join( Rails.root, 'spec', 'macros' )
# Uncomment the next line to use webrat's matchers
#require 'webrat/integrations/rspec-rails'

# Requires supporting files with custom matchers and macros, etc,
# in ./support/ and its subdirectories.
Dir[File.expand_path(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__),'support','**','*.rb'))].each 
{|f| require f}

Spec::Runner.configure do |config|
  config.include(ModelExampleGroupHelper, :type => :model)
  config.include(ControllerExampleGroupHelper, :type => :controller)
  # If you're not using ActiveRecord you should remove these
  # lines, delete config/database.yml and disable :active_record
  # in your config/boot.rb
  config.use_transactional_fixtures = true
  config.use_instantiated_fixtures  = false
  config.fixture_path = RAILS_ROOT + '/spec/fixtures/'

  config.include Webrat::Matchers, :type => :views
  # == Fixtures
  #
  # You can declare fixtures for each example_group like this:
  #   describe "...." do
  #     fixtures :table_a, :table_b
  #
  # Alternatively, if you prefer to declare them only once, you can
  # do so right here. Just uncomment the next line and replace the 
fixture
  # names with your fixtures.
  #
  # config.global_fixtures = :table_a, :table_b
  #
  # If you declare global fixtures, be aware that they will be declared
  # for all of your examples, even those that don't use them.
  #
  # You can also declare which fixtures to use (for example fixtures for 
test/fixtures):
  #
  # config.fixture_path = RAILS_ROOT + '/spec/fixtures/'
  #
  # == Mock Framework
  #
  # RSpec uses it's own mocking framework by default. If you prefer to
  # use mocha, flexmock or RR, uncomment the appropriate line:
  #
  # config.mock_with :mocha
  # config.mock_with :flexmock
  # config.mock_with :rr
  #
  # == Notes
  #
  # For more information take a look at Spec::Runner::Configuration and 
Spec::Runner
end

def login
  controller.stub!( :logged_in? ).and_return( true )
  controller.stub!( :login_required ).and_return( true )
  @current_user = mock_model( User, :id => 1, :time_zone => 'Rome', 
:idiom => 'it', :login => 'quentin', :email => 'foo at bar.com', :can_join? 
=> true )
  controller.stub!( :current_user ).and_return( @current_user )
end

def login_as( name )
  controller.stub!( :logged_in? ).and_return( true )
  controller.stub!( :login_required ).and_return( true )
  @current_user = users(name)
  controller.stub!( :current_user ).and_return( @current_user )
end

def valid_channel_attributes
    {
      :brand_name => 'RspecChannel'
    }
end

def valid_user_attributes
 {
     :login => 'testtest', :password => '555555', :password_confirmation 
=> '555555', :email => 'test at test.com', :idiom => 'it', :privacy => '1',
  }
end

def create_channel(args=nil)
    args ||= valid_channel_attributes
    Channel.create args
  end

  def create_user(args = nil)
    args ||= valid_user_attributes
    User.create args
  end


#~ %w!User Contest Video Print Radio Banner Conceptl!.each do |model|
  #~ 
model.constantize.any_instance.stubs(:save_attached_files).returns(true)
#~ end

rspec = 1.2.9
rspec-rails - 1.2.9
rails = 2.1.2
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