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= Remarkable
You can read this file nicely formatted at the Rubyforge project page:
http://remarkable.rubyforge.org/
== Description
Remarkable is a framework for rspec matchers that supports macros and I18n. It's
constituted of three pieces:
* Remarkable: the framework with helpers, DSL, I18n and rspec features;
* Remarkable ActiveModel: a collection of matchers for ActiveModel compliant models. It
currently supports all ActiveModel validations. Future plan include testing for
ActiveModel API compliance and ActiveModel serialization.
* Remarkable ActiveRecord: a collection of matchers for ActiveRecord. It
supports all ActiveRecord validations, associations and some extra matchers.
* Remarkable Rails: a collection of matchers for ActionController. It also
includes MacroStubs, which is a clean DSL for stubbing your controller methods.
NOTE: Remarkable Rails is currently not available for version 4.0.0.alpha1
We are thinking of breaking this up into Remarkable Rack, and Remarkable ActionController
gems, along the lines of splitting off ActiveModel macros.
In each folder above, you can find a README more detailed description of each piece.
== Why use Remarkable for Rails?
* The only one with matchers for all ActiveRecord validations, with support to
all options (except :on and the option :with in validates_format_of);
* Matchers for all ActiveRecord associations. The only one which supports all
these options:
:through, :source, :source_type, :class_name, :foreign_key, :dependent,
:join_table, :uniq, :readonly, :validate, :autosave, :counter_cache, :polymorphic
Plus Arel scopes:
:select, :where, :include, :group, :having, :order, :limit, :offset
Besides in Remarkable 4.0 matchers became much smarter. Whenever :join_table
or :through is given as option, it checks if the given table exists. Whenever
:foreign_key or :counter_cache is given, it checks if the given column exists;
* ActionController matchers:
:assign_to, :filter_params, :redirect_to, :render_with_layout, :respond_with,
:render_template, :route, :set_session and :set_the_flash;
* Macro stubs: make your controllers specs easier to main, more readable and DRY;
* Tests and more tests. We have a huge tests suite ready to run and tested in
Rails 2.1.2, 2.2.2 and 2.3.2;
* I18n and great documentation.
* It has your style. You can choose between:
1) it { should validate_numericality_of(:age).greater_than(18).only_integer }
2) it { should validate_numericality_of(:age, :greater_than => 18, :only_integer => true) }
3) should_validate_numericality_of :age, :greater_than => 18, :only_integer => true
4) should_validate_numericality_of :age do |m|
m.only_integer
m.greater_than 18
# Or: m.greater_than = 18
end
Remarkable Rails requires rspec >= 2.0.0 and rspec-rails >= 2.0.0.
== Install on Rails
Install the gem:
sudo gem install remarkable_rails
This will install remarkable, remarkable_activerecord and remarkable_rails gems.
Inside Rails you need to require just this gem. If you are using ActiveRecord,
it will automatically require the remarkable_activerecord gem.
== Rails 3
In Rails 3, in order to rspec load properly, you have to use this configuration
on your Gemfile
gem "rspec"
gem "rspec-rails"
gem "remarkable_activerecord"
NOTE: remarkable_rails is currently not supported.
Add the require after the rspec/rails line in your spec_helpers.rb. Although RSpec2 convention
encourages you to use spec/support/, if you have Remarkable matchers in there, you will want
to load that after you load Remarkable
require 'rspec/rails'
require 'remarkable/active_record'
Alternatively, if you are using an ActiveModel-compliant gem, such as the newer Mongo and
CouchDB gems, you can use:
require 'remarkable/active_model'
and have access to all ActiveModel matchers. Note that loading remarkable/active_record will
automatically load remarkable/active_model
This is the safest way to avoid conflicts.
Please note, due to the massive refactoring in Rails 3 and RSpec 2, we are not supporting
backwards compatibility with Rails 2 or RSpec 1. You will need to use the Remarkable 3.x series
if you are still using Rails 2.
== How to setup your machine to contribute with remarkable?
gem install bundler
bundle install
rake # red, green, refactor
== Developers
If you are developing matchers, for example hpricot matchers, you need to install
only the remarkable "core" gem:
sudo gem install remarkable
If you stumble into any problem or have doubts while building your matchers,
please drop us a line. We are currently searching for people who wants to join
us and provide matchers for Datamapper, Sequel, Sinatra and all other possible
options. :)
== Browse the documentation
Remarkable:
http://remarkable.rubyforge.org/core/
Remarkable ActiveRecord:
http://remarkable.rubyforge.org/activerecord/
http://remarkable.rubyforge.org/activerecord/classes/Remarkable/ActiveRecord/Matchers.html
Remarkable Rails:
http://remarkable.rubyforge.org/rails/
http://remarkable.rubyforge.org/rails/classes/Remarkable/ActionController/Matchers.html
== More information
Google group: http://groups.google.com/group/remarkable-core
Bug tracking: http://github.com/remarkable/remarkable/issues
== Contributors
http://github.com/remarkable/remarkable/contributors
== LICENSE
All projects are under MIT LICENSE.
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