The problem is in the password_required? which is called when the user
super && user.blank?
Its trying to test whether the user is blank? However the user
variable/method does not exist in its scope. Instead you need to use
self which refers to the current instance of User.
So the line should be:
super && self.blank?
If new StreamWriter(fileName); throws an exception, then s stays
Attempt to use it in s.WriteLine(entry); is an error.
And as @DarrenYoung commented, LoadArray returns from catch, so x in
x.ReadLine() is guaranteed to be initialized.
You could have a method in class alpha :
public char getValidCharacters()
Then you can override this method in the sub-class beta.
And you use that method instead of accessing VALID_CHARACTERS
@cart_product_design is only set by the inherited update! method, so
it should be nil when you call some_method on it in the first
statement of your controller method. Is your method really called
To do what you want to do, see the README for the Inherited Resources
gem and look for this example:
class ProjectsController < InheritedResources::Base
@project = Proj
Your expectation is set up to stub a method on any instance of User,
not the class method you've defined on User.
To do that, you just pass User as the argument to expect, instead of
an instance. Like this: