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rspec-power_assert | Power Assert for RSpec | Functional Testing library

 by   joker1007 Ruby Version: Current License: MIT

 by   joker1007 Ruby Version: Current License: MIT

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rspec-power_assert is a Ruby library typically used in Testing, Functional Testing applications. rspec-power_assert has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.
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rspec-power_assert Key Features

Power Assert for RSpec

Installation

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gem 'rspec-power_assert'

Usage

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-r rspec-power_assert

verbose_successful_report

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RSpec::PowerAssert.verbose_successful_report = true

example_assertion_alias

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# enable `assert` method in Example block
RSpec::PowerAssert.example_assertion_alias :assert

example_group_assertion_alias

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# enable `assert` method in ExampleGroup block
RSpec::PowerAssert.example_group_assertion_alias :assert

spec sample

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describe RSpec::PowerAssert do
  describe Array do
    describe "#map" do
      let(:array) { [1, 2, 3] }
      subject { %w(a b c) }

      before do
        @array = [1, 2, 3]
      end

      it do
        is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == array }
      end

      it do
        is_asserted_by {
          subject.map(&:upcase) == array
        }
      end

      it do
        is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C) }
      end

      it do
        is_asserted_by {
          subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C)
        }
      end

      it do
        upcased = subject.map(&:upcase)
        upcased.pop
        is_asserted_by { upcased == @array }
      end

      it "should transform array" do
        is_expected.to eq %w(a b c)
        is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C) }
      end

      it "should transform array (failed)" do
        is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B) }
      end

      it_is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C) }

      it_is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B) }

      it_is_asserted_by do
        subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C)
      end

      it_is_asserted_by "succ each element" do
        subject.map(&:succ) == ["b", "c", "e"] + @array
      end
    end
  end
end

output sample

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RSpec::PowerAssert
  Array
    #map
      example at ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:13 (FAILED - 1)
      example at ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:17 (FAILED - 2)
      should
        be asserted by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C) }
                         |       |             |
                         |       |             true
                         |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                         ["a", "b", "c"]
      should
        be asserted by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C) }
                         |       |             |
                         |       |             true
                         |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                         ["a", "b", "c"]
      example at ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:33 (FAILED - 3)
      should transform array
      should transform array (failed) (FAILED - 4)
      should
        be asserted by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C) }
                         |       |             |
                         |       |             true
                         |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                         ["a", "b", "c"]
      example at ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:50 (FAILED - 5)
      should
        be asserted by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B C) }
                         |       |             |
                         |       |             true
                         |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                         ["a", "b", "c"]
      succ each element (FAILED - 6)

Failures:

  1) RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
     Failure/Error: is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == array }
               is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == array }
                                |       |             |  |
                                |       |             |  [1, 2, 3]
                                |       |             false
                                |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                                ["a", "b", "c"]
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:57:in `handle_result_and_message'
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:31:in `is_asserted_by'
     # ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:14:in `block (4 levels) in <top (required)>'

  2) RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
     Failure/Error: is_asserted_by {
                 subject.map(&:upcase) == array
                 |       |             |  |
                 |       |             |  [1, 2, 3]
                 |       |             false
                 |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                 ["a", "b", "c"]
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:57:in `handle_result_and_message'
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:31:in `is_asserted_by'
     # ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:18:in `block (4 levels) in <top (required)>'

  3) RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
     Failure/Error: is_asserted_by { upcased == @array }
               is_asserted_by { upcased == @array }
                                |       |  |
                                |       |  [1, 2, 3]
                                |       false
                                ["A", "B"]
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:57:in `handle_result_and_message'
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:31:in `is_asserted_by'
     # ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:36:in `block (4 levels) in <top (required)>'

  4) RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map should transform array (failed)
     Failure/Error: is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B) }
               is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B) }
                                |       |             |
                                |       |             false
                                |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                                ["a", "b", "c"]
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:57:in `handle_result_and_message'
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:31:in `is_asserted_by'
     # ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:45:in `block (4 levels) in <top (required)>'

  5) RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
     Failure/Error: it_is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B) }
             it_is_asserted_by { subject.map(&:upcase) == %w(A B) }
                                 |       |             |
                                 |       |             false
                                 |       ["A", "B", "C"]
                                 ["a", "b", "c"]
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:57:in `handle_result_and_message'
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:44:in `evaluate_example'
     # ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:50:in `block in it_is_asserted_by'

  6) RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map succ each element
     Failure/Error: it_is_asserted_by "succ each element" do
               subject.map(&:succ) == ["b", "c", "e"] + @array
               |       |           |                    |
               |       |           |                    [1, 2, 3]
               |       |           false
               |       ["b", "c", "d"]
               ["a", "b", "c"]
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:57:in `handle_result_and_message'
     # ./lib/rspec/power_assert.rb:44:in `evaluate_example'
     # ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:56:in `block in it_is_asserted_by'

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11 examples, 6 failures

Failed examples:

rspec ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:13 # RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
rspec ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:17 # RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
rspec ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:33 # RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
rspec ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:44 # RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map should transform array (failed)
rspec ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:50 # RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map
rspec ./spec/rspec/power_assert_spec.rb:56 # RSpec::PowerAssert Array#map succ each element

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QUESTION

geb withconfirm throwing No signature of method: geb.navigator.NonEmptyNavigator.getJs()?

Asked 2022-Apr-16 at 07:42

I have created a simple hello world app and here is the spec to test withconfirm block.

https://github.com/learningcscience/confirmgeb/blob/master/src/integration-test/groovy/booktest/BookSpec.groovy

It is throwing the error when i run the functional test.

No signature of method: geb.navigator.NonEmptyNavigator.getJs() is applicable for argument types: () values: []
Possible solutions: getX(), getY(), getX(), getY(), getAt(groovy.lang.EmptyRange), getAt(groovy.lang.Range)
groovy.lang.MissingMethodException: No signature of method: geb.navigator.NonEmptyNavigator.getJs() is applicable for argument types: () values: []
Possible solutions: getX(), getY(), getX(), getY(), getAt(groovy.lang.EmptyRange), getAt(groovy.lang.Range)
    at geb.navigator.NonEmptyNavigator.methodMissing(NonEmptyNavigator.groovy:558)
    at geb.content.PageContentSupport.methodMissing(PageContentSupport.groovy:35)

The line where the error is thrown is the withConfirm block. Why is it throwing this error? According to the docs

The first method, withConfirm() (and its ‘ok’ defaulted relative), is used to verify actions that will produce a confirm dialog. This method returns the confirmation message. The ok parameter controls whether the “OK” or “Cancel” button should be clicked.

and the example from the docs is

assert withConfirm(true) { $("input", name: "showConfirm").click() } == "Do you like Geb?"

http://www.gebish.org/manual/2.3/

I appreciate any help. Thanks!

If it is relevant i am using the following version chrome driver.

webdriverBinaries {
    chromedriver {
        version = '100.0.4896.20'
        architecture = 'X86'
    }
    geckodriver '0.24.0'
}

ANSWER

Answered 2022-Apr-16 at 07:42

The missing method should point to the js-object (https://www.gebish.org/manual/current/#js-object).

You are using some outdated versions. After Update some dependencies to a consistent level in the build.gradle, the tests will run.

testCompile "org.seleniumhq.selenium:selenium-remote-driver:3.141.59"
testCompile "org.seleniumhq.selenium:selenium-api:3.141.59"
testCompile "org.seleniumhq.selenium:selenium-support:3.141.59"
testRuntime "org.seleniumhq.selenium:selenium-chrome-driver:3.141.59"
testRuntime "org.seleniumhq.selenium:selenium-firefox-driver:3.141.59"
testCompile 'org.gebish:geb-core:4.1'
testCompile 'org.gebish:geb-spock:4.1'

Than you can add a assertion to your spec (BookSpec):

withConfirm(true) {
    $("#btn").click()
}

Source https://stackoverflow.com/questions/71880153

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