Can have_selector Match Only Part of an Elements Class String?

I would like to find a way to check for the existence of a class on a

element in a calendar. The s are the days of the calendar and can have various classes assigned. I want to test if a day has the 'past' class and don't care (in this test) if other classes (weekend, today, etc) are present. So far I've only been able to use have_selector('td', :class=>'some class') if the class string matches exactly. Is there an easy way to match if the class 'past' is just present in the string? (wildcards, regex, whatever)

Making the test match the string exactly feels like it makes the test
too complicated and loose its focus on the single thing I want to
test.

Thanks to anyone who can offer advice on this.

Dan S.

On Mon, Mar 1, 2010 at 4:24 PM, DanS [email protected] wrote:

too complicated and loose its focus on the single thing I want to
test.

Thanks to anyone who can offer advice on this.

This is a webrat question. If nobody answers you here, check the
webrat group: http://groups.google.com/group/webrat.

HTH,
David

On Mar 1, 2:26 pm, David C. [email protected] wrote:

Making the test match the string exactly feels like it makes the test


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Thanks David.

Sorry for posting to wrong place. Posted on webrat group here:
http://groups.google.com/group/webrat/browse_thread/thread/ac30dec93f842316

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