[rspec-users] [rails] undefined method `handling_predicate!'
dchelimsky at gmail.com
Wed Jan 20 22:07:35 EST 2010
On Wed, Jan 20, 2010 at 12:00 PM, Dan Steinicke <dansteinicke at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm trying to use authlogic and factory_girl with rspec and I am
> getting an error I don't understand. Basically I have this failing
> it "should succeed in creating a user from a factory" do
> testuser = Factory.create(:user)
> testuser.should be_valid
> When I stop in the debugger I see this:
> (rdb:1) testuser.valid?
> (rdb:1) testuser.should be_valid
> NoMethodError Exception: undefined method `handling_predicate!' for
> #<Spec::Matchers::Be:0x25a9cac @args=[:be_valid]>
> My (limited) understanding of rSpec is that if the "testuser.valid?"
> works then "testuser.should be_valid" should work as well. I'm
> confused because its not working.
> Can someone help me understand what is going on here?
> I am using the following gem versions:
> rspec (1.3.0)
> rspec-rails (1.3.2)
> authlogic (2.1.3)
> factory_girl (1.2.3)
> rails (2.3.5)
> I have uninstalled/ reinstalled rspec, rspec-rails and rerun
> script/generate rspec letting it overwrite everything.
> Gist with full terminal output from running the spec and files:
> Dan Steinicke
If you're seeing that error it means you have an older version of
rspec-rails than 1.3.2 that is being loaded. Try running the spec with
--backtrace so you can see a full backtrace. Do you see any other
versions being loaded? Maybe from vendor/plugins?
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