There is a easy way to valid markup?

Do I have to create a custom Expectation Matcher?

or there is a way to integrate assert_valid_asset plugin?

thx

On 9/27/07, Edgar G. [email protected] wrote:

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I’m sure you could hook into some kind of validator. I jumped on
RubyForge and found http://rubyforge.org/projects/feedvalidator/. It
kind of sucks because you’d depend on a web service for this…there
have to be validators that you can run locally though, right?

Pat

On Thu, 2007-09-27 at 16:07 -0400, Edgar G. wrote:

Do I have to create a custom Expectation Matcher?

or there is a way to integrate assert_valid_asset plugin?

thx

I’m using this expectation to check for valid XHTML using a locally
installed copy of tidy: http://pastie.caboo.se/101660

In my controller tests I’m including something like

it ‘should be a valid XHTML page’ do
get :index
response.should be_xhtml
end

Note the :show option also. Tidy outputs its errors with the line
numbers which can be a pain to track down. Using bx_xhtml(:show => true)
will first show the generated code and then the tidy warnings.

Kind regards,

Hans

El 27/9/2007, a las 22:23, Pat M.
escribió:

I’m sure you could hook into some kind of validator. I jumped on
RubyForge and found http://rubyforge.org/projects/feedvalidator/. It
kind of sucks because you’d depend on a web service for this…there
have to be validators that you can run locally though, right?

Tidy (also known as HTML Tidy) can do many kinds of validation. You
may even find it preinstalled on your system:

http://tidy.sourceforge.net/

Cheers,
Wincent

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