My login page has stopped accepting its title

well thanks for looking to start off with.

i have been following the railsspace book (building a social network in
ruby on rails)

everything was working fine until i started the refactoring process.

now there are 2 failures in my tests.

  1. the first failed test basicly says it was expecting xyz title but
    instead it was nil

  2. and the second failed test says that it couldnt log in (was false -
    not true)

the test ruby code for the 1st failed test is:

Make sure the login page works and has the right fields.

def test_login_page
get :login
title = assigns(:title)
assert_equal “Log in to Rood N Norty”, title
assert_response :success
assert_template “login”
assert_tag “form”, :attributes => { :action => “/user/login”,
:method => “post” }
assert_tag “input”,
:attributes => { :name => “user[screen_name]”,
:type => “text”,
:size => User::SCREEN_NAME_SIZE,
:maxlength => User::SCREEN_NAME_MAX_LENGTH }
assert_tag “input”,
:attributes => { :name => “user[password]”,
:type => “password”,
:size => User::PASSWORD_SIZE,
:maxlength => User::PASSWORD_MAX_LENGTH }
assert_tag “input”, :attributes => { :type => “submit”,
:value => “Login!” }
end

and the first part of the application layout view is:

<%= @title %> <%= stylesheet_link_tag "site" %> <%= javascript_include_tag :defaults %>

and the login part from the user controller is:

def login
@title = “Log in to Rood N Norty”
if request.post? and params[:user]
@user = User.new(params[:user])
user =
User.find_by_screen_name_and_password(@user.screen_name,@user.password)
if user
user.login!(session)
flash[:notice] = “User #{user.screen_name} logged in!”
if (redirect_url = session[:protected_page])
session[:protected_page] = nil
redirect_to redirect_url
else
redirect_to :action => “index”
end
else
# Dont show the password in the view
@user.clear_password!
flash[:notice] = “Invalid screen name/password combination”
end
end
end

all the code that is above is to do with the first failure i believe, if
anyone could be generous enough to have a quick look through to help me
out, that would be amazing.

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