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= RailsTidy This plugin allows html validation of templates and the response body of functional tests. == 1. Requirements - tidylib: http://tidy.sourceforge.net - tidy for ruby: link:http://rubyforge.org/projects/tidy (gem install tidy) <em>WARNING:</em> there is a bug in tidy for ruby. The line separator is hard-encoded instead of using the <tt>$/</tt> magic variable, so it breaks on unix platforms. Apply the tidy.patch[link:files/tidy_patch.html] patch file to your tidy installation to work arround the bug. To apply the patch, go into your tidy for ruby installation directory (mine is <tt>/usr/lib/ruby/gems/1.8/gems/tidy-1.1.2</tt>) and run $ patch -p 2 < /path/to/tidy.patch You maybe need to su as root for the patch to apply. == 2. Installation Unpack into the <tt>vendor/plugin</tt> and that should be it. Ruby bindings for libtidy need to know the path to the file dynamic library file for tidy. It is assumed to be found at <tt>/usr/lib/libtidy.so</tt> for Linux, <tt>/usr/lib/libtidy.dylib</tt> for Darwin and <tt>/usr/bin/cygtidy-0-99-0.dll</tt> for cygwin. If this is not the case add RailsTidy.tidy_path = "/path/to/your/libtidy.so" to your environment file. == 3. Configuration If the file <tt>config/tidy.rc</tt> exists, it will use it to configure Tidy. If you want to use another file, put RailsTidy.tidy_configuration = "/path/to/a/tidy/configuration/file" to your environment file. See http://tidy.sourceforge.net/docs/quickref.html for tidy available configuration options. == 4. Usage === 4.1 Validating templates Simply use $ rake test:templates By default, the plugin will parse all <tt>*.rhtml</tt> files in your app/views directory. For each files that does not validate, it will create a .errors file which will contain the error messages from tidy for that file. If you want to validate only one file, use $ rake test:templates FILE="path/to/the/file" If $FILE is a directory, it will search for all <tt>*.rhtml</tt> file in it and try to validates them. If <tt>$FILE</tt> is a regular file it will be validated. If $FILE does not exists it will try with: - ".rhtml" appended to <tt>$FILE</tt>, - the app/view directory prepended to <tt>$FILE</tt>, - the app/view directory prepended and ".rhtml" appended to <tt>$FILE</tt> === 4.2 Validating html output The plugin adds a new assert_tidy method to the <tt>Test::Unit::TestCase</tt> class. You can use it in your class by simply call it with no arguments. It will validate the last response returned by a test. For example: get :index assert_sucess assert_tidy === 4.3 Cleaning rails html output The plugin allows you to clean the html produced by rails. To enable it, use an after filter in your <tt>app/controller/application.rb</tt> file class ApplicationController < ActionController::Base after_filter :tidy def tidy RailsTidy.filter(response) end end To configure tidy output, see "3. Configuration" <em>WARNING</em>: THIS IS CERTAINLY A RESOURCE HOG. I'm not interrested in this feature so I didn't benchmarked it but at first sight rendering is at least 2 times slower with the filter enabled. == 5. License This plugin is licensed under the MIT license. Complete license text is included in the MIT-LICENSE[link:files/MIT-LICENSE.html] file. == 6. Author This plugin was created by Damien Merenne <firstname.lastname@example.org> and is located at http://blog.cosinux.org/pages/rails-tidy.