[rspec-users] Stub a controller method containing arguments
dchelimsky at gmail.com
Sun Sep 9 11:31:56 UTC 2012
On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 1:00 AM, jeevan reddy <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> controller code:
> class BooksController < ApplicationController
> def index
> param1, param2 = "123", "456"
> @test = method_1(param1, param2)
> def method_1(param1, param2)
> return "test"
> controller tests
> describe "GET index" do
> it "get books" do
> param1, param2 = "12334", "456233"
> get :index
> assert_response :success
> assigns(:test).should eq("test")
> How to stub a controller private method which will take any arguments
In your example above, the values of param1 and param2 are different
in the rspec example and the controller, so I'm guessing you're
getting a failure. If you're constraining a stub with specific args,
they have to match.
Curious - why do you care about the args in your real spec?
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