Adding Routes for tests / specs with Rails 3

August 22, 2010 Pivotal Labs

If you ever need to test an abstract base controller independently from any subclass, you’ll likely need to add a route for your test. Here’s one example of how to do this in Rails 3:

*UPDATE: * Thanks to the tip by Austin Putman I’ve updated the gist to include an example use of the excellent with_routing method.

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