[rspec-users] i cannot seem to use at_least
kannan.deepak at gmail.com
Thu Sep 27 06:29:29 UTC 2012
@ben i did read the discussion for issue#133.
But i did not get the argument that at_least(0) should be a stub. @
myronmarston <https://github.com/myronmarston> comment at the end, cleared
that up for me
After reading it again, i came up with https://gist.github.com/3792506
am a rspec noob so please forgive the bad example
If it is not too much of a problem, can someone post some code on how to
solve the issue
On Wednesday, 26 September 2012 21:07:13 UTC+5:30, Ben Lovell wrote:
> > wrote:
>> Problem is that i want to test chained method calls. Where the method
>> chain is optional
>> But if the method chain is called then certain assertions apply on the
>> method chain itself
>> The object may or may not call a method.
>> But if it does call the method then it has to call another method on it
>> (ie. method chain) with certain arguments
>> I wrote a comment explaining my actual usecase at
>> kind-of obfuscated and simplified code example is at
>> code snippet:
>> mock = mock('Monitor')
>> i read these issues
>> w: https://gist.github.com/deepak
> Did you read the discussion from the issue?
> It makes a strong case as to why at_least(0) makes no sense.
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