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Navigator.filter is case sensitive #482

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rickirunge opened this Issue Apr 26, 2017 · 1 comment

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rickirunge commented Apr 26, 2017

Just found that Navigator.filter(selector) is case sensitive for tag names.

Example:
Let's say I have a button on the page, like this

<button>hello</button>

It seems the find method is not case sensitive, as both of these finds the button

navigator.find("BUTTON")

navigator.find("button")

If i use then add the filter method something stange happens:

def buttons = navigator.find("BUTTON")

buttons.filter("BUTTON") // This will filter away the button, even though it was just found using the exact same selector

buttons.filter("button") // But if I use a lowercase selector the button is not filtered away

I would expect that if I use the exact same selector in filter as used in find, then I wouldn't have any effect on the result.
But I seems the case matters for filter and doesn't matter for find.

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erdi commented May 6, 2017

Fixed in geb/geb@54a7a43

@erdi erdi closed this May 6, 2017

@erdi erdi added this to the 1.2 milestone May 6, 2017

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