Commit 4bf0e1eb authored by Rémy Coutable's avatar Rémy Coutable

Merge branch 'mv-explore-groups-spinach-to-rspec' into 'master'

Move explore groups spinach test to RSpec

See merge request gitlab-org/gitlab-ce!16129
parents 55addea7 7a815d75
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@public
Feature: Explore Groups
Background:
Given group "TestGroup" has private project "Enterprise"
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group with private and internal projects as user
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit group "TestGroup" page
Then I should see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group issues for internal project as user
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit group "TestGroup" issues page
Then I should see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group merge requests for internal project as user
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit group "TestGroup" merge requests page
Then I should see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group with private, internal and public projects as visitor
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I visit group "TestGroup" page
Then I should see project "Community" items
And I should not see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group issues for public project as visitor
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I visit group "TestGroup" issues page
Then I should see project "Community" items
And I should not see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group merge requests for public project as visitor
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I visit group "TestGroup" merge requests page
Then I should see project "Community" items
And I should not see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group with private, internal and public projects as user
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit group "TestGroup" page
Then I should see project "Community" items
And I should see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group issues for internal and public projects as user
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit group "TestGroup" issues page
Then I should see project "Community" items
And I should see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group merge requests for internal and public projects as user
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit group "TestGroup" merge requests page
Then I should see project "Community" items
And I should see project "Internal" items
And I should not see project "Enterprise" items
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group with public project in public groups area
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I visit the public groups area
Then I should see group "TestGroup"
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group with public project in public groups area as user
Given group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit the public groups area
Then I should see group "TestGroup"
@javascript
Scenario: I should see group with internal project in public groups area as user
Given group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"
When I sign in as a user
And I visit the public groups area
Then I should see group "TestGroup"
class Spinach::Features::ExploreGroups < Spinach::FeatureSteps
include SharedAuthentication
include SharedPaths
include SharedGroup
include SharedProject
step 'group "TestGroup" has private project "Enterprise"' do
group_has_project("TestGroup", "Enterprise", Gitlab::VisibilityLevel::PRIVATE)
end
step 'group "TestGroup" has internal project "Internal"' do
group_has_project("TestGroup", "Internal", Gitlab::VisibilityLevel::INTERNAL)
end
step 'group "TestGroup" has public project "Community"' do
group_has_project("TestGroup", "Community", Gitlab::VisibilityLevel::PUBLIC)
end
step '"John Doe" is owner of group "TestGroup"' do
group = Group.find_by(name: "TestGroup") || create(:group, name: "TestGroup")
user = create(:user, name: "John Doe")
group.add_owner(user)
end
step 'I visit group "TestGroup" page' do
visit group_path(Group.find_by(name: "TestGroup"))
end
step 'I visit group "TestGroup" issues page' do
visit issues_group_path(Group.find_by(name: "TestGroup"))
end
step 'I visit group "TestGroup" merge requests page' do
visit merge_requests_group_path(Group.find_by(name: "TestGroup"))
end
step 'I visit group "TestGroup" members page' do
visit group_group_members_path(Group.find_by(name: "TestGroup"))
end
step 'I should not see project "Enterprise" items' do
expect(page).not_to have_content "Enterprise"
end
step 'I should see project "Internal" items' do
expect(page).to have_content "Internal"
end
step 'I should not see project "Internal" items' do
expect(page).not_to have_content "Internal"
end
step 'I should see project "Community" items' do
expect(page).to have_content "Community"
end
step 'I change filter to Everyone\'s' do
click_link "Everyone's"
end
step 'I should see group member "John Doe"' do
expect(page).to have_content "John Doe"
end
protected
def group_has_project(groupname, projectname, visibility_level)
group = Group.find_by(name: groupname) || create(:group, name: groupname)
project = create(:project,
namespace: group,
name: projectname,
path: "#{groupname}-#{projectname}",
visibility_level: visibility_level
)
create(:issue,
title: "#{projectname} feature",
project: project
)
create(:merge_request,
title: "#{projectname} feature implemented",
source_project: project,
target_project: project
)
create(:closed_issue_event,
project: project
)
end
end
require 'spec_helper'
describe 'Explore Groups', :js do
let(:user) { create :user }
let(:group) { create :group }
let!(:private_project) do
create :project, :private, namespace: group do |project|
create(:issue, project: internal_project)
create(:merge_request, source_project: project, target_project: project)
end
end
let!(:internal_project) do
create :project, :internal, namespace: group do |project|
create(:issue, project: project)
create(:merge_request, source_project: project, target_project: project)
end
end
let!(:public_project) do
create(:project, :public, namespace: group) do |project|
create(:issue, project: project)
create(:merge_request, source_project: project, target_project: project)
end
end
shared_examples 'renders public and internal projects' do
it do
visit_page
expect(page).to have_content(public_project.name)
expect(page).to have_content(internal_project.name)
expect(page).not_to have_content(private_project.name)
end
end
shared_examples 'renders only public project' do
it do
visit_page
expect(page).to have_content(public_project.name)
expect(page).not_to have_content(internal_project.name)
expect(page).not_to have_content(private_project.name)
end
end
shared_examples 'renders group in public groups area' do
it do
visit explore_groups_path
expect(page).to have_content(group.name)
end
end
context 'when signed in' do
before do
sign_in(user)
end
it_behaves_like 'renders public and internal projects' do
subject(:visit_page) { visit group_path(group) }
end
it_behaves_like 'renders public and internal projects' do
subject(:visit_page) { visit issues_group_path(group) }
end
it_behaves_like 'renders public and internal projects' do
subject(:visit_page) { visit merge_requests_group_path(group) }
end
it_behaves_like 'renders group in public groups area'
end
context 'when signed out' do
it_behaves_like 'renders only public project' do
subject(:visit_page) { visit group_path(group) }
end
it_behaves_like 'renders only public project' do
subject(:visit_page) { visit issues_group_path(group) }
end
it_behaves_like 'renders only public project' do
subject(:visit_page) { visit merge_requests_group_path(group) }
end
it_behaves_like 'renders group in public groups area'
end
end
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