Commit ef55d493 authored by Simon Knox's avatar Simon Knox Committed by Rémy Coutable
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Make live_debug and CHROME_HEADLESS cooperate

When using CHROME_HEADLESS=0 you can already have a logged-in session on
the page, so no need to open the user's browser as well
parent 8ee8722f
...@@ -133,6 +133,8 @@ CHROME_HEADLESS=0 bundle exec rspec some_spec.rb ...@@ -133,6 +133,8 @@ CHROME_HEADLESS=0 bundle exec rspec some_spec.rb
``` ```
   
The test will go by quickly, but this will give you an idea of what's happening. The test will go by quickly, but this will give you an idea of what's happening.
Using `live_debug` with `CHROME_HEADLESS=0` pauses the open browser, and does not
open the page again. This can be used to debug and inspect elements.
   
You can also add `byebug` or `binding.pry` to pause execution and [step through](../pry_debugging.md#stepping) You can also add `byebug` or `binding.pry` to pause execution and [step through](../pry_debugging.md#stepping)
the test. the test.
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...@@ -6,11 +6,17 @@ module LiveDebugger ...@@ -6,11 +6,17 @@ module LiveDebugger
def live_debug def live_debug
puts puts
puts "Current example is paused for live debugging." puts "Current example is paused for live debugging."
puts "Opening #{current_url} in your default browser..."
if ENV['CHROME_HEADLESS'] =~ /^(false|no|0)$/i
puts "Switch to the Chrome window that was automatically opened to run the test in order to view current page"
else
puts "Opening #{current_url} in your default browser..."
end
puts "The current user credentials are: #{@current_user.username} / #{@current_user.password}" if @current_user puts "The current user credentials are: #{@current_user.username} / #{@current_user.password}" if @current_user
puts "Press any key to resume the execution of the example!!" puts "Press any key to resume the execution of the example!!"
   
`open #{current_url}` `open #{current_url}` if ENV['CHROME_HEADLESS'] !~ /^(false|no|0)$/i
   
loop until $stdin.getch loop until $stdin.getch
   
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