How should i test this code with rspec

ids = Category.find(:all).map(&:id)

ids = mock(‘ids’)
Category.should_receive(:find).with(all).and_return(??)

and
what’s the difference between mock and mock_model
when should i use mock and mock_model

On Mon, Mar 24, 2008 at 3:24 AM, nathan.wu [email protected] wrote:

ids = Category.find(:all).map(&:id)

ids = mock(‘ids’)
Category.should_receive(:find).with(all).and_return(??)

and
what’s the difference between mock and mock_model
when should i use mock and mock_model

categories = [mock_model(Category, :id => 1), mock_model(Category, :id
=> 2)]
Category.should_receive(:find).with(:all).and_return categories

mock just creates a mock object for you. mock_model makes it simulate
the class name you pass it, and creates a default unique ID.

Pat

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