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Remove references to akephalos, culerity and celerity from README

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@@ -8,7 +8,7 @@ Capybara aims to simplify the process of integration testing Rack applications,
such as Rails, Sinatra or Merb. Capybara simulates how a real user would
interact with a web application. It is agnostic about the driver running your
tests and currently comes with Rack::Test and Selenium support built in.
-HtmlUnit, WebKit and env.js are supported through external gems.
+WebKit is supported through external gem.
A complete reference is available at
{at rubydoc.info}[http://rubydoc.info/github/jnicklas/capybara/master].
@@ -78,10 +78,10 @@ scenario (or feature) with <tt>@javascript</tt>:
You can change which driver Capybara uses for JavaScript:
- Capybara.javascript_driver = :culerity
+ Capybara.javascript_driver = :webkit
-There are also explicit <tt>@selenium</tt>, <tt>@culerity</tt> and
-<tt>@rack_test</tt> tags set up for you.
+There are also explicit <tt>@selenium</tt> and <tt>@rack_test</tt>
+tags set up for you.
== Using Capybara with RSpec
@@ -128,7 +128,7 @@ RSpec's metadata feature can be used to switch to a different driver. Use
describe 'some stuff which requires js', :js => true do
it 'will use the default js driver'
- it 'will switch to one specific driver', :driver => :celerity
+ it 'will switch to one specific driver', :driver => :webkit
end
Finally, Capybara also comes with a built in DSL for creating descriptive acceptance tests:
@@ -217,7 +217,7 @@ tests that require a JavaScript-capable driver using <tt>:js => true</tt> or
You can also change the driver temporarily (typically in the Before/setup and
After/teardown blocks):
- Capybara.current_driver = :culerity # temporarily select different driver
+ Capybara.current_driver = :webkit # temporarily select different driver
... tests ...
Capybara.use_default_driver # switch back to default driver
@@ -261,24 +261,6 @@ See the section on Asynchronous JavaScript for details.
Note: Selenium does not support transactional fixtures; see the section
"Transactional Fixtures" below.
-=== HtmlUnit
-
-There are three different drivers, maintained as external gems, that you can
-use to drive {HtmlUnit}[http://htmlunit.sourceforge.net/]:
-
-* {Akephalos}[https://github.com/bernerdschaefer/akephalos]
-
-* {Celerity}[https://github.com/sobrinho/capybara-celerity] only runs on JRuby,
- so you'll need to install the celerity gem under JRuby: <tt>jruby -S gem
- install celerity</tt>
-
-* {Culerity}[https://github.com/sobrinho/capybara-culerity]: Install celerity
- as noted above, and make sure that JRuby is in your path. Note that Culerity
- does not seem to be working under Ruby 1.9 at the moment.
-
-Note: HtmlUnit does not support transactional fixtures; see the section
-"Transactional Fixtures" below.
-
=== Capybara-webkit
The {capybara-webkit driver}[https://github.com/thoughtbot/capybara-webkit] is for true headless
@@ -533,7 +515,7 @@ You can mix the DSL into any context by including <tt>Capybara::DSL</tt>:
require 'capybara'
require 'capybara/dsl'
- Capybara.default_driver = :culerity
+ Capybara.default_driver = :webkit
module MyModule
include Capybara::DSL
@@ -578,7 +560,7 @@ manually.
require 'capybara'
- session = Capybara::Session.new(:culerity, my_rack_app)
+ session = Capybara::Session.new(:webkit, my_rack_app)
session.within("//form[@id='session']") do
session.fill_in 'Login', :with => 'user@example.com'
session.fill_in 'Password', :with => 'password'
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