[rspec-users] making sure a model acts_as_authentic
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Thu Dec 16 01:17:44 EST 2010
I came across same problem few days back.
Its very simple. You need not spec a model to check if the model
I am using RSpec with Factory_girl. So when I create factory for my
respective model, Factory does the checking for the model. Try creating
a Factory for respective model in before (:each) block.
And for cross-checking, just comment out the acts_as_authentic line from
your model file.
You should be able to see the error message onscreen when spec runs.
And when you uncomment the line, spec runs with 0 errors.
Hope this helps.
Stephen Smithstone wrote in post #966709:
> Is there any way to spec that a model should acts_as_authentic which is
> from the authlogic plugin
> im using rspec-1
> Stephen Smithstone
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