How to use normalize_ws method of Capybara.Queries Package

Best Capybara code snippet using Capybara.Queries.normalize_ws


Source:text_query.rb Github


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...66 # An error getting the non-visible text (if element goes out of scope) should not affect the response67 nil68 end69 def valid_keys70 COUNT_KEYS + %i[wait exact normalize_ws]71 end72 def check_visible_text?73 @type == :visible74 end75 def check_case_insensitive?76 !@expected_text.is_a?(Regexp)77 end78 def text(node: @node, query_type: @type)79 normalize_ws = options.fetch(:normalize_ws, session_options.default_normalize_ws)80 node.text(query_type, normalize_ws: normalize_ws)81 end82 def default_type83 Capybara.ignore_hidden_elements || Capybara.visible_text_only ? :visible : :all84 end85 end86 end87end...

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Using AI Code Generation


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1 config.allow_url("")2 def normalize_ws(text)3 text.gsub(/\s+/, ' '), "a", :text => "foo").selector

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