Thank you! I was missing the difference between stubbing a method on
the Twitter::Client class vs. instantiating an object via doubling.
Once I figured this out, I fixed my tests.
On Nov 29, 3:29 pm, Frederick Cheung wrote:
On Nov 29, 6:05 pm, spinlock wrote:

Hi everyone,
I'm trying to write integration tests for my sample twitter app and
I'm having trouble mocking out objects in the Twitter namespace.
Here's the function that's giving me trouble:
def build_twitter(omniauth)
Twitter.configure do |config|
config.consumer_key = TWITTER_KEY
config.consumer_secret = TWITTER_SECRET
config.oauth_token = omniauth['credentials']['token']
config.oauth_token_secret = omniauth['credentials']['secret']
end
client = Twitter::Client.new
user = client.current_user
self.name = user.name
end
and here's the test:
feature 'testing oauth' do
before(:each) do
@twitter = double("Twitter")
@twitter.stub!(:configure).and_return true
@client = double("Twitter::Client")
@client.stub!(:current_user).and_return(@user)
@user = double("Twitter::User")
@user.stub!(:name).and_return("Tester")
end
You're creating @twitter, stubbing configure on it and so on, but the
code under test is still calling Twitter.configure. Calling
double('Twitter') doesn't replace the existing Twitter constant - you
need to do something like Twitter.stub(:configure) (or
Twitter.should_receive(...), similarly with Twitter::Client.new and so
on

Fred
scenario 'twitter' do
visit root_path
login_with_oauth
page.should have_content("Pages#home")
end
end
But, I'm getting this error:
Failures:
1) testing oauth twitter
Failure/Error: login_with_oauth
Twitter::Error::Unauthorized:
GEThttps://api.twitter.com/1/account/verify_credentials.json:
401: Invalid / expired Token
# ./app/models/user.rb:40:in `build_twitter'
# ./app/models/user.rb:16:in `build_authentication'
# ./app/controllers/authentications_controller.rb:47:in `create'
# ./spec/support/integration_spec_helper.rb:3:in
`login_with_oauth'
# ./spec/integration/twit_test.rb:16:in `block (2 levels) in <top
(required)>'
Any ideas on how to make this work? I'm using rspec for mocking the
objects but I'm open to mocha if that's a better choice.
Thanks,
Andrew
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