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main / spec / controllers / help_texts_controller_spec.rb

require 'spec_helper'

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describe HelpTextsController do

  # This should return the minimal set of attributes required to create a valid
  # HelpText. As you add validations to HelpText, be sure to
  # update the return value of this method accordingly.
  #def valid_attributes
  #  { :help_text => "This is the test help text.", :question_id => 1 }
  #end
  #
  #describe "GET index" do
  #  it "assigns all help_texts as @help_texts" do
  #    help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #    get :index
  #    assigns(:help_texts).should eq([help_text])
  #  end
  #end
  #
  #describe "GET show" do
  #  it "assigns the requested help_text as @help_text" do
  #    help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #    get :show, :id => help_text.id.to_s
  #    assigns(:help_text).should eq(help_text)
  #  end
  #end
  #
  #describe "GET new" do
  #  it "assigns a new help_text as @help_text" do
  #    get :new
  #    assigns(:help_text).should be_a_new(HelpText)
  #  end
  #end
  #
  #describe "GET edit" do
  #  it "assigns the requested help_text as @help_text" do
  #    help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #    get :edit, :id => help_text.id.to_s
  #    assigns(:help_text).should eq(help_text)
  #  end
  #end
  #
  #describe "POST create" do
  #  describe "with valid params" do
  #    it "creates a new HelpText" do
  #      expect {
  #        post :create, :help_text => valid_attributes
  #      }.to change(HelpText, :count).by(1)
  #    end
  #
  #    it "assigns a newly created help_text as @help_text" do
  #      post :create, :help_text => valid_attributes
  #      assigns(:help_text).should be_a(HelpText)
  #      assigns(:help_text).should be_persisted
  #    end
  #
  #    it "redirects to the created help_text" do
  #      post :create, :help_text => valid_attributes
  #      response.should redirect_to(HelpText.last)
  #    end
  #  end
  #
  #  describe "with invalid params" do
  #    it "assigns a newly created but unsaved help_text as @help_text" do
  #      # Trigger the behavior that occurs when invalid params are submitted
  #      HelpText.any_instance.stub(:save).and_return(false)
  #      post :create, :help_text => {}
  #      assigns(:help_text).should be_a_new(HelpText)
  #    end
  #
  #    it "re-renders the 'new' template" do
  #      # Trigger the behavior that occurs when invalid params are submitted
  #      HelpText.any_instance.stub(:save).and_return(false)
  #      post :create, :help_text => {}
  #      response.should render_template("new")
  #    end
  #  end
  #end
  #
  #describe "PUT update" do
  #  describe "with valid params" do
  #    it "updates the requested help_text" do
  #      help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #      # Assuming there are no other help_texts in the database, this
  #      # specifies that the HelpText created on the previous line
  #      # receives the :update_attributes message with whatever params are
  #      # submitted in the request.
  #      HelpText.any_instance.should_receive(:update_attributes).with({'these' => 'params'})
  #      put :update, :id => help_text.id, :help_text => {'these' => 'params'}
  #    end
  #
  #    it "assigns the requested help_text as @help_text" do
  #      help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #      put :update, :id => help_text.id, :help_text => valid_attributes
  #      assigns(:help_text).should eq(help_text)
  #    end
  #
  #    it "redirects to the help_text" do
  #      help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #      put :update, :id => help_text.id, :help_text => valid_attributes
  #      response.should redirect_to(help_text)
  #    end
  #  end
  #
  #  describe "with invalid params" do
  #    it "assigns the help_text as @help_text" do
  #      help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #      # Trigger the behavior that occurs when invalid params are submitted
  #      HelpText.any_instance.stub(:save).and_return(false)
  #      put :update, :id => help_text.id.to_s, :help_text => {}
  #      assigns(:help_text).should eq(help_text)
  #    end
  #
  #    it "re-renders the 'edit' template" do
  #      help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #      # Trigger the behavior that occurs when invalid params are submitted
  #      HelpText.any_instance.stub(:save).and_return(false)
  #      put :update, :id => help_text.id.to_s, :help_text => {}
  #      response.should render_template("edit")
  #    end
  #  end
  #end
  #
  #describe "DELETE destroy" do
  #  it "destroys the requested help_text" do
  #    help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #    expect {
  #      delete :destroy, :id => help_text.id.to_s
  #    }.to change(HelpText, :count).by(-1)
  #  end
  #
  #  it "redirects to the help_texts list" do
  #    help_text = HelpText.create! valid_attributes
  #    delete :destroy, :id => help_text.id.to_s
  #    response.should redirect_to(help_texts_url)
  #  end
  #end

end