Array_including()

I found myself having to write this today:

class ArrayMatcher

def initialize(array_to_match)
@array_to_match = array_to_match
end

def ==(other)

 ok = true

 @array_to_match.each do |item|
   ok = ok and other.include?(item)
 end

 ok

end

end

def array_including(array_to_match)
ArrayMatcher.new(array_to_match)
end

Is there already something in the framework that does this?

cheers,
Matt

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On a similar vein, is there a neater way to express:

assigns[:events].include?(@event_1).should be_true

cheers,
Matt

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Hello,

I believe Pat M. has implemented a matcher that does the same thing
but there has been a battle to find out what to call it:
http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/162000#new

However I’ve not seen it in source yet.


Joseph W.
http://www.joesniff.co.uk

Matt W. wrote:

I found myself having to write this today:

class ArrayMatcher

def initialize(array_to_match)
@array_to_match = array_to_match
end

def ==(other)

 ok = true

 @array_to_match.each do |item|
   ok = ok and other.include?(item)
 end

 ok

end

end

def array_including(array_to_match)
ArrayMatcher.new(array_to_match)
end

Is there already something in the framework that does this?

cheers,
Matt

http://blog.mattwynne.net
http://songkick.com

In case you wondered: The opinions expressed in this email are my own
and do not necessarily reflect the views of any former, current or
future employers of mine.

On Wed, Aug 27, 2008 at 12:28 PM, Matt W. [email protected] wrote:

On a similar vein, is there a neater way to express:
assigns[:events].include?(@event_1).should be_true

assigns[:events].should include(@event_1)


Zach D.
http://www.continuousthinking.com
http://www.mutuallyhuman.com

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