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Merge pull request #25750 from go2null/go2null-test-directories

Specified directories for routes, views and jobs tests
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eileencodes committed Aug 22, 2016
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fixtures/ integration/ models/
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The `models` directory is meant to hold tests for your models, the `controllers` directory is meant to hold tests for your controllers and the `integration` directory is meant to hold tests that involve any number of controllers interacting. There is also a directory for testing your mailers and one for testing view helpers.
The `helpers`, `mailers`, and `models` directories are meant to hold tests for view helpers, mailers, and models, respectively. The `controllers` directory is meant to hold tests for controllers, routes, and views. The `integration` directory is meant to hold tests for interactions between controllers.
Fixtures are a way of organizing test data; they reside in the `fixtures` directory.
A `jobs` directory will also be created when an associated test is first generated.
The `test_helper.rb` file holds the default configuration for your tests.
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Testing Routes
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Like everything else in your Rails application, you can test your routes.
Like everything else in your Rails application, you can test your routes. Route tests reside in `test/controllers/` or are part of controller tests.
NOTE: If your application has complex routes, Rails provides a number of useful helpers to test them.

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