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module ActiveModel
module Lint
# == Active \Model \Lint \Tests
#
# You can test whether an object is compliant with the Active \Model API by
# including <tt>ActiveModel::Lint::Tests</tt> in your TestCase. It will
# include tests that tell you whether your object is fully compliant,
# or if not, which aspects of the API are not implemented.
#
# Note an object is not required to implement all APIs in order to work
# with Action Pack. This module only intends to provide guidance in case
# you want all features out of the box.
#
# These tests do not attempt to determine the semantic correctness of the
# returned values. For instance, you could implement <tt>valid?</tt> to
# always return +true+, and the tests would pass. It is up to you to ensure
# that the values are semantically meaningful.
#
# Objects you pass in are expected to return a compliant object from a call
# to <tt>to_model</tt>. It is perfectly fine for <tt>to_model</tt> to return
# +self+.
module Tests
# Passes if the object's model responds to <tt>to_key</tt> and if calling
# this method returns +nil+ when the object is not persisted.
# Fails otherwise.
#
# <tt>to_key</tt> returns an Enumerable of all (primary) key attributes
# of the model, and is used to a generate unique DOM id for the object.
def test_to_key
assert model.respond_to?(:to_key), "The model should respond to to_key"
def model.persisted?() false end
assert model.to_key.nil?, "to_key should return nil when `persisted?` returns false"
end
# Passes if the object's model responds to <tt>to_param</tt> and if
# calling this method returns +nil+ when the object is not persisted.
# Fails otherwise.
#
# <tt>to_param</tt> is used to represent the object's key in URLs.
# Implementers can decide to either raise an exception or provide a
# default in case the record uses a composite primary key. There are no
# tests for this behavior in lint because it doesn't make sense to force
# any of the possible implementation strategies on the implementer.
def test_to_param
assert model.respond_to?(:to_param), "The model should respond to to_param"
def model.to_key() [1] end
def model.persisted?() false end
assert model.to_param.nil?, "to_param should return nil when `persisted?` returns false"
end
# Passes if the object's model responds to <tt>to_partial_path</tt> and if
# calling this method returns a string. Fails otherwise.
#
# <tt>to_partial_path</tt> is used for looking up partials. For example,
# a BlogPost model might return "blog_posts/blog_post".
def test_to_partial_path
assert model.respond_to?(:to_partial_path), "The model should respond to to_partial_path"
assert_kind_of String, model.to_partial_path
end
# Passes if the object's model responds to <tt>persisted?</tt> and if
# calling this method returns either +true+ or +false+. Fails otherwise.
#
# <tt>persisted?</tt> is used when calculating the URL for an object.
# If the object is not persisted, a form for that object, for instance,
# will route to the create action. If it is persisted, a form for the
# object will route to the update action.
def test_persisted?
assert model.respond_to?(:persisted?), "The model should respond to persisted?"
assert_boolean model.persisted?, "persisted?"
end
# Passes if the object's model responds to <tt>model_name</tt> both as
# an instance method and as a class method, and if calling this method
# returns a string with some convenience methods: <tt>:human</tt>,
# <tt>:singular</tt> and <tt>:plural</tt>.
#
# Check ActiveModel::Naming for more information.
def test_model_naming
assert model.class.respond_to?(:model_name), "The model class should respond to model_name"
model_name = model.class.model_name
assert model_name.respond_to?(:to_str)
assert model_name.human.respond_to?(:to_str)
assert model_name.singular.respond_to?(:to_str)
assert model_name.plural.respond_to?(:to_str)
assert model.respond_to?(:model_name), "The model instance should respond to model_name"
assert_equal model.model_name, model.class.model_name
end
# Passes if the object's model responds to <tt>errors</tt> and if calling
# <tt>[](attribute)</tt> on the result of this method returns an array.
# Fails otherwise.
#
# <tt>errors[attribute]</tt> is used to retrieve the errors of a model
# for a given attribute. If errors are present, the method should return
# an array of strings that are the errors for the attribute in question.
# If localization is used, the strings should be localized for the current
# locale. If no error is present, the method should return an empty array.
def test_errors_aref
assert model.respond_to?(:errors), "The model should respond to errors"
assert model.errors[:hello].is_a?(Array), "errors#[] should return an Array"
end
private
def model
assert @model.respond_to?(:to_model), "The object should respond to to_model"
@model.to_model
end
def assert_boolean(result, name)
assert result == true || result == false, "#{name} should be a boolean"
end
end
end
end
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