How to use some_tests_were_run method of AcceptanceTests.Matchers Package

Best Shoulda_ruby code snippet using AcceptanceTests.Matchers.some_tests_were_run


Source:indicate_number_of_tests_was_run_matcher.rb Github


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...15 @runner = runner16 expected_output === actual_output17 end18 def failure_message19 message = "Expected output to indicate that #{some_tests_were_run}.\n" +20 "Expected output: #{expected_output}\n"21 if actual_output.empty?22 message << 'Actual output: (empty)'23 else24 message << "Actual output:\n#{actual_output}"25 end26 message27 end28 protected29 attr_reader :number, :runner30 private31 def expected_output32 /#{number} (?:tests?|runs?|examples?)(?:, #{number} assertions)?, 0 failures(?:, 0 errors(?:, 0 skips)?)?/33 end34 def actual_output35 runner.output36 end37 def some_tests_were_run38 pluralize(number, 'test was', 'tests were') + ' run'39 end40 end41 end42end...

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