I'm trying to ensure that various fields are saved to the database without html, by stripping tags in before_save. However I'm having trouble setting up the unit test for this and I'm not sure if it's my code or my test that's wrong. The model code is: def before_save self.first_name = strip_tags(self.first_name) self.last_name = strip_tags(self.last_name) self.organisation = strip_tags(self.organisation) end The relevant part of my unit test is (obviously I'm doing for each item in the before_save bit, but since it's all the same I'm just showing the one): c = Contact.new c.first_name = "this" c.last_name = "<html>that</html>" c.organisation = "there" firstname.lastname@example.org' c.save assert_match("that", c.last_name) Problem is that if I do assert_match("<html>that</html>", c.last_name) it also matches. What's my problem? Is it the code or the test? Also, could someone help me with an assert_no_match regexp. I hate regexps! I would like to do an assert_no_match with <html>that</html> - except I don't know how to do a regular expression to check for an exact match with this. Thanks to any help I can get!
on 2007-01-16 14:44
on 2007-01-17 00:14
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