Originally created by Marcin Erdmann.
isAt() should behave exactly the same way as at does with only the difference in not throwing an exception when verification fails, this is not the case as of now
Originally posted by Luke Daley.
I don't understand the description here.
Originally posted by Marcin Erdmann.
what I meant is that at() sets the browser's page field to the page passed as the argument if the verification succeeds:
assert browser.page instanceof MyPage
It's not the case for isAt() though:
assert !(browser.page instanceof MyPage)
After thinking about it for a while I'm starting to think that's actually the right thing that isAt() doesn't modify the page field.. So I'm in favour of marking this issue as 'not an issue'.
resolved by geb/geb@8db7a10