Commit 74d10b9b authored by Akihiko Odaki (@fn_aki@pawoo.net)'s avatar Akihiko Odaki (@fn_aki@pawoo.net) Committed by Eugen Rochko

Spec UserMailer (#3757)

parent 2356580c
# frozen_string_literal: true
require 'rails_helper'
describe UserMailer, type: :mailer do
let(:receiver) { Fabricate(:user) }
shared_examples 'localized subject' do |*args, **kwrest|
it 'renders subject localized for the locale of the receiver' do
locale = I18n.available_locales.sample
receiver.update!(locale: locale)
expect(mail.subject).to eq I18n.t(*args, kwrest.merge(locale: locale))
end
it 'renders subject localized for the default locale if the locale of the receiver is unavailable' do
receiver.update!(locale: nil)
expect(mail.subject).to eq I18n.t(*args, kwrest.merge(locale: I18n.default_locale))
end
end
describe 'confirmation_instructions' do
let(:mail) { UserMailer.confirmation_instructions(receiver, 'spec') }
it 'renders confirmation instructions' do
receiver.update!(locale: nil)
expect(mail.body.encoded).to include receiver.email
expect(mail.body.encoded).to include 'spec'
expect(mail.body.encoded).to include Rails.configuration.x.local_domain
end
include_examples 'localized subject',
'devise.mailer.confirmation_instructions.subject',
instance: Rails.configuration.x.local_domain
end
describe 'reset_password_instructions' do
let(:mail) { UserMailer.reset_password_instructions(receiver, 'spec') }
it 'renders reset password instructions' do
receiver.update!(locale: nil)
expect(mail.body.encoded).to include receiver.email
expect(mail.body.encoded).to include 'spec'
end
include_examples 'localized subject',
'devise.mailer.reset_password_instructions.subject'
end
describe 'password_change' do
let(:mail) { UserMailer.password_change(receiver) }
it 'renders password change notification' do
receiver.update!(locale: nil)
expect(mail.body.encoded).to include receiver.email
end
include_examples 'localized subject',
'devise.mailer.password_change.subject'
end
end
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