Testing partials

Guys,

How can we test partials and layouts… ? Googled but find nothing
useful…

On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 5:06 AM, Hemant B. [email protected]
wrote:

Guys,

How can we test partials and layouts… ? Googled but find nothing
useful…

In the same way you test your views. You can use Selenium if you like.
I don’t like the use of Selenium for this, I prefer to test the views
contain the text that should be there and delegate the full testing of
the view to a human tester. (Probably myself, but can be other people
if you have a test team)

Hope it helps.


Leonardo M…
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Hi Leonardo,

I am not using any tool for tesing. Neither i want to…

Leonardo M. wrote:


In the same way you test your views. You can use Selenium if you like.
I don’t like the use of Selenium for this, I prefer to test the views
contain the text that should be there and delegate the full testing of
the view to a human tester. (Probably myself, but can be other people
if you have a test team)

Hope it helps.


Leonardo M…
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On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 11:33 AM, Hemant B. [email protected]
wrote:

Hi Leonardo,

I am not using any tool for tesing. Neither i want to…
So, you’re asking how to test your views, and you don’t want to use
any tool for testing?
I assume you have your reasons for not doing any testing, but if you
don’t want to use any tool, you’ll have to test them by hand.


Leonardo M…
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If you are using functional tests, then just use assert_select to verify
that the HTML that the partial generates is somewhere in the response.
For
example, if you have a partial that prints out “

hello
”, test
a
controller that has a view that calls that partial, and then do

assert_select “div”, “hello”

then you’ll know the partial worked.

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