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Subject: Re: Steak with Session Example
From: Tanner Donovan <ttdono...@gmail.com>
To: Steak <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The scenario is failing at expected: "/account", got: "/" (using =3D=3D).
I'm trying to use ruby-debug to step through the scenario and
inspecting the page (Capybara::Session) object and use Rails logger,
but my controller's logger.info is not showing up in the log/test.log.
Any suggestions on how I can capture logger messaging from within the
On Feb 23, 5:07=A0am, Jaime Iniesta <jaimeinie...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Tanner, what's exactly the problem you're facing?
> I have a similar setup and I do just like you, visit the sign in form,
> fill it and click the button. No special setup needed.
> 2011/2/23 Tanner Donovan <ttdono...@gmail.com>:
> > Maybe this is more a Capybara question, but I am wondering if someone c=
> > provide me with an example of using Steak with sessions. I'm
> > trying=A0achieve=A0something like=A0https://gist.github.com/839970=A0wh=
ich tests a
> > user sign in form into a protected area. Thanks in advance.
> Jaime Iniesta, freelance web developerhttp://jaimeiniesta.comhttp://proru=