random .NET and web development musings

Following on from my recent post how to test asp.net mvc views existence, I found myself with in a very similar situation! This time however, it was FileResult instead of ViewResult.

I’m not making any excuses, this is far from the prettiest or most flexible solution, but for my setup it works perfectly :)

Have some code:

public abstract class ControllerTest<TController> where TController : IController
	protected void AssertFileIsCorrectAndExists(FileResult result, string filename)
		// hack of death!!!!
		var webProjectPath = Path.GetFullPath(Path.Combine(Environment.CurrentDirectory, Path.Combine("../../../", typeof(TController).Assembly.GetName().Name)));

			// crudely trim leading ~/
		if (filename.StartsWith("~/"))
			filename = filename.Substring(2);

		var fullPath = Path.Combine(webProjectPath, filename);

		Assert.IsTrue(File.Exists(fullPath), "File `" + fullPath + "` does not exist");
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