Testing modules

I’ve developed a module to include in ActiveRecord derived classes. Can
I
test the module without having to tie it to a particular class? atm, I’m
including it in my User class and writing the tests in user_spec.rb, but
I
don’t like the idea of tying the module tests to those of the class.

I may extract the specs to a shared description and include that in the
specs for each model which uses the module. is that the right way to do
it?

I’d appreciate any thoughts or suggestions
neil

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On Jan 11, 2008 12:57 PM, Neil M. Young [email protected] wrote:

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I like to stick this sort of thing in a plugin, and write specs in the
plugin, that way it has nothing to do with your production code.

Pat

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