How to use close method of Capybara Package

Best Capybara code snippet using Capybara.close


Source:become_closed_spec.rb Github


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1# frozen_string_literal: true2Capybara::SpecHelper.spec '#become_closed', requires: %i[windows js] do3 let!(:window) { @session.current_window }4 let(:other_window) do5 @session.window_opened_by do6 @session.find(:css, '#openWindow').click7 end8 end9 before do10 @session.visit('/with_windows')11 end12 after do13 @session.document.synchronize(5, errors: [Capybara::CapybaraError]) do14 raise Capybara::CapybaraError if != 115 end16 @session.switch_to_window(window)17 end18 context 'with :wait option' do19 it 'should wait if value of :wait is more than timeout' do20 @session.within_window other_window do21 @session.execute_script('setTimeout(function(){ window.close(); }, 500);')22 end23 Capybara.using_wait_time 0.1 do24 expect(other_window).to become_closed(wait: 5)25 end26 end27 it 'should raise error if value of :wait is less than timeout' do28 @session.within_window other_window do29 @session.execute_script('setTimeout(function(){ window.close(); }, 1000);')30 end31 Capybara.using_wait_time 2 do32 expect do33 expect(other_window).to become_closed(wait: 0.2)34 raise_error(RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError, /\Aexpected #<Window @handle=".+"> to become closed after 0.2 seconds\Z/)35 end36 end37 end38 context 'without :wait option' do39 it 'should wait if value of default_max_wait_time is more than timeout' do40 @session.within_window other_window do41 @session.execute_script('setTimeout(function(){ window.close(); }, 500);')42 end43 Capybara.using_wait_time 5 do44 expect(other_window).to become_closed45 end46 end47 it 'should raise error if value of default_max_wait_time is less than timeout' do48 @session.within_window other_window do49 @session.execute_script('setTimeout(function(){ window.close(); }, 900);')50 end51 Capybara.using_wait_time 0.4 do52 expect do53 expect(other_window).to become_closed54 raise_error(RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError, /\Aexpected #<Window @handle=".+"> to become closed after 0.4 seconds\Z/)55 end56 end57 end58 context 'with not_to' do59 it "should not raise error if window doesn't close before default_max_wait_time" do60 @session.within_window other_window do61 @session.execute_script('setTimeout(function(){ window.close(); }, 1000);')62 end63 Capybara.using_wait_time 0.3 do64 expect do65 expect(other_window).not_to become_closed66 end.not_to raise_error67 end68 end69 it 'should raise error if window closes before default_max_wait_time' do70 @session.within_window other_window do71 @session.execute_script('setTimeout(function(){ window.close(); }, 700);')72 end73 Capybara.using_wait_time 3.1 do74 expect do75 expect(other_window).not_to become_closed76 raise_error(RSpec::Expectations::ExpectationNotMetError, /\Aexpected #<Window @handle=".+"> not to become closed after 3.1 seconds\Z/)77 end78 end79 end80end

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