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Problem is solved, not sure exactly why, but I can run Capybara now.
It is much more strict than Webrat and I have discovered some bugs in my application which did not show up with Webrat.
Thanks for this great episode.


Spork (which I'd installed beforehand together with autotest, webrat, and rspec) crashes.
Most probably I'm missing some code to make it run correctly with capybara.


I cannot get capybara to work on rails 3.1.0.rc5.
I wonder if somebody knows how to make it work.


Actually, you don't need to have a:

validates_presence_of :password, :on => :create

line in the User model, as under the hood there is a:

 validates_presence_of password_digest

in ActiveModel lib under active_model/secure_password.rb.
Unfortunately, it has no option to customize the message, making it a nightmare for internationalization.


To use highcharts with Rails 3.1.rc4, I've just done the following:

1 - Upgrade to jquery-1.6.1, highcharts 2.1.6

2 - Move highcharts and jquery into vendor/assets/javascripts

3 - Change the call to javascript inside the corresponding views to:

<%= javascript_include_tag "jquery-1.6.1.min.js", "highcharts", "js/modules/exporting.js" %>