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impact guides with no CSV fixture support

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h5. What are Fixtures?
-_Fixtures_ is a fancy word for sample data. Fixtures allow you to populate your testing database with predefined data before your tests run. Fixtures are database independent and assume one of two formats: *YAML* or *CSV*. In this guide, we will use *YAML*, which is the preferred format.
+_Fixtures_ is a fancy word for sample data. Fixtures allow you to populate your testing database with predefined data before your tests run. Fixtures are database independent and assume a single format: *YAML*.
You'll find fixtures under your +test/fixtures+ directory. When you run +rails generate model+ to create a new model, fixture stubs will be automatically created and placed in this directory.
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h5. ERB'in It Up
-ERB allows you to embed ruby code within templates. Both the YAML and CSV fixture formats are pre-processed with ERB when you load fixtures. This allows you to use Ruby to help you generate some sample data.
+ERB allows you to embed ruby code within templates. YAML fixture format is pre-processed with ERB when you load fixtures. This allows you to use Ruby to help you generate some sample data.
<erb>
<% earth_size = 20 %>
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