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coffee test: strip body in equal assertions #404

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Sergey Nartimov Joshua Peek Konstantin Haase
Sergey Nartimov

I got errors running tests

  1) Failure:
test_passes_coffee_options_to_the_coffee_engine(CoffeeTest) [/Users/lest/code/sinatra/test/coffee_test.rb:74]:
<"alert('Aye!');"> expected but was
<"\nalert('Aye!');\n">.

  2) Failure:
test_passes_default_coffee_options_to_the_coffee_engine(CoffeeTest)     [/Users/lest/code/sinatra/test/coffee_test.rb:86]:
<"alert('Aye!');"> expected but was
<"\nalert('Aye!');\n">.

So I think it's good to use stripped body in assertion

Joshua Peek

CoffeeScript 1.1.3 has whitespace changes. Probably should use a regexp to test what you care about here.

Konstantin Haase
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rkh commented

We have an assert_body helper for whitespace/newline insensitive matching.

Sergey Nartimov

Thanks, I've used assert_body.

Konstantin Haase rkh merged commit 84aac76 into from
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Commits on Nov 9, 2011
  1. Sergey Nartimov

    use assert body in coffee test

    lest authored
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@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@ def coffee_app(options = {}, &block)
it "passes coffee options to the coffee engine" do
coffee_app { coffee "alert 'Aye!'\n", :no_wrap => true }
assert ok?
- assert_equal "alert('Aye!');", body
+ assert_body "alert('Aye!');"
end
it "passes default coffee options to the coffee engine" do
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ def coffee_app(options = {}, &block)
end
get '/'
assert ok?
- assert_equal "alert('Aye!');", body
+ assert_body "alert('Aye!');"
end
end
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