Hi all, I'm trying to output some info to see what's happening in a controller during functional tests. Problem: 'print' only works in the test code, but not in the production code that's being called by the tests. Example: In FooControllerTest: def test_list print "1: starting" <<----- WORKS FINE get :list end In FooController def list print "2: inside" <<----- DOESN'T WORK logger.error "2: inside too" <<----- DOESN'T WORK : nothing reached test.log ... end Any idea? Alain
on 2005-12-20 20:23
on 2005-12-20 21:00
On Dec 20, 2005, at 12:16 PM, Alain Ravet wrote: > In FooControllerTest: > print "2: inside" <<----- DOESN'T WORK > logger.error "2: inside too" <<----- DOESN'T WORK : > nothing reached test.log > ... > end > > Hmm, strange that you're not seeing anything inside of test.log. An alternative that I use for this sort of thing is STDERR <<, e.g.: STDERR << "2: inside\n" Duane Johnson (canadaduane) http://blog.inquirylabs.com/
on 2005-12-20 23:52
Duane > Hmm, strange that you're not seeing anything inside of test.log. Oups. it was not the case actually: I hadn't noticed a 'before_filter' that prevented the spyed - *1 - code from being executed Thanks for your patience Alain - my_face_isâ??so_red - Ravet. *1: I'm at war with bad code, so I can spy as much as I want.