[rspec-users] rspec2, rails 3, subdomain constraints

jrbruce jrbruce at gmail.com
Mon Nov 29 17:56:34 EST 2010


On Nov 25, 5:03 am, Evgeniy Dolzhenko <dolze... at gmail.com> wrote:
> https://rails.lighthouseapp.com/projects/8994/tickets/5805-assert_rec...
> anyone?
>
>
I appreciate the reply. Given that these routing constraints are core
to my application do you have any suggestions as to how to test this
in the meantime? It makes me uneasy to have them sitting there
completely untested as this point.

John
>
>
> On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 5:12 AM, jrbruce <jrbr... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I'm trying to constrain access to admin routes in my application to
> > either www or canonical. I need the custom constraint in
> > root_domain.rb (RootDomain) to handle the canonical part. Since the
> > subdomains will represent accounts, I don't want /admin available on
> > any of the subdomains.
>
> > Here is a gist showing exactly how my code and tests are setup:
>
> >https://gist.github.com/712968
>
> > In the first test, I expect /admin not to be routable on a generic
> > subdomain (this test currently doesn't pass). However, when I check in
> > a browser, I receive a not routable error.
>
> > If I remove the custom constraint and use, for example, the :subdomain
> > => "www" constraint, the test does pass. I've tested both the custom
> > constraint and the subdomain constraint in my browser and both
> > restrict access as expected.
>
> > Is this an issue with rspec and how it handles constraints or am I
> > doing something wrong?
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