Anything special needed to migrate test::unit tests from Rails 2x to Rails3?

Looks like I’ve gotten my app upgraded successfully, at least in the browser. When I ‘rake test’ I get no love. I know I can start digging through the Rails rake tasks, first want to see if anyone has an idea what is going on:

DKMac:creditcompare3 DK$ rake test
(in /Users/DK/Documents/ror/projects/creditcompare3)
DKMac:creditcompare3 DK$

(requesting verbose fares just as badly using TESTOPTS="-v")

Not even an error! I would be happy with an error!

Also tried the old single test file with same result:

DKMac:creditcompare3 DK$ ruby -I lib:test test/unit/account_test.rb
DKMac:creditcompare3 DK$

My test_helper.rb is pretty standard and based on a default Rails 3 app while I added back my code (not posted here):

ENV[“RAILS_ENV”] = “test”
require File.expand_path(’…/…/config/environment’, FILE)
require ‘rails/test_help’

Is there something I am missing? I ran the rails_upgrade plug in and successfully passed there, so am at a loss.

Thanks,

David

David Kahn wrote in post #957640:

Looks like I've gotten my app upgraded successfully, at least in the
browser. When I 'rake test' I get no love. I know I can start digging
through the Rails rake tasks, first want to see if anyone has an idea
what
is going on:

DKMac:creditcompare3 DK$ rake test

Why not take this opportunity to start using RSpec? You'll probably be
a lot happier...

Best,

David Kahn wrote in post #957640:

Looks like I’ve gotten my app upgraded successfully, at least in the

browser. When I ‘rake test’ I get no love. I know I can start digging

through the Rails rake tasks, first want to see if anyone has an idea

what

is going on:

DKMac:creditcompare3 DK$ rake test

Why not take this opportunity to start using RSpec? You’ll probably be

a lot happier…

I know, I know, but this is an existing project with a lot of test unit tests. Even if I do add in rspec later, I have to get these tests to run and pass just to know that I have a good upgrade to Rails 3 if nothing else.

David Kahn wrote in post #957827:

David Kahn wrote in post #957827:

a lot happier…

I know, I know, but this is an existing project with a lot of test unit

tests. Even if I do add in rspec later, I have to get these tests to run

and

pass just to know that I have a good upgrade to Rails 3 if nothing else.

That’s true, of course. And unfortunately, I haven’t started working

with Rails 3, so I can’t really give you good advice there.

No worries. That is why you are still sane :slight_smile: I just feel like every turn I am pouring in time on little details (having flashbacks to asp.net), but also have picked up Cucumber and rSpec in the process, so I guess some of this is the learning curve on these and should not blame Rails 3.