I’m using Rails 2.3.5 and I have a Rails model called “Testimonial”. Whenever I run my tests, I get a funky error about ActionView::TestCase.
desktop:~/code/project chrisfinne $ ruby -Ilib:test test/unit/business_test.rb
Loaded suite test/unit/business_test
Finished in 0.311574 seconds.
1) Error: testimonials(ActionView::TestCase): TypeError: wrong argument type Class (expected Module) </code>
I found this Lighthouse ticket that tells me that I can’t have models called Test (which I already knew) and I cannot have any fixture files that START with “test”, e.g. “__test__imonials.yml”. I didn’t know that when I chose the name for my class. The fix is pretty easy…
- Rename the fixture file from “test/fixtures/testimonials.yml” to something else like “test/fixtures/__a__testimonials.yml”
- Associate the fixture with the proper class in test/test_helper.rb
set_fixture_class :atestimonials => Testimonial