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Rafael Nadal The epic end to a two-year drought as the number one player in the world also claimed his first ATP Tour crown at the Grand Prix Open de BNP Paribas de Nouvelle-Aquitaine in France. Also in the news: Andre Agassi is seen as a viable 2008 candidate; Sam Greenwood writes about Mick Fanning’s journy through the media; the key to Kevin Anderson’s win at the Delray Beach Open; the wacky celebrations at Wimbledon; and more (02.29.2007).

Frank Quigley writes about the emerging clash of interest in the language that defines the Open era (02.16.2007);and Mark Ogden writes about the shutdown of two major websites due to pressure of court (02.13.2007).

We are also seeing a rise in tennis blogs from all around the world in a bid to help players and coaches. Michelle Griffin points the way in the Australian Guide to the Professional Tennis System (01.23.2007) and Ben Sharron and Steve Ryan take a look at the new SIS and ITF websites (01.22.2007)

Roger Federer is also finding a new career path at the Australian Open. In a rare TV interview, Federer discusses the pressures and stresses of the world number 1. “It is a very long time since I have started my career at the top of tennis and it is a long, long road ahead of me,” said Federer on Australian television. “I’ve been in the top three for the last five or six years and it’s going to take time to come to a level I want. “But you never know, I might be able to make it happen this year,” he added. Federer clinched his 15th Australian Open title in decisive fashion when his opponent of the week, Jürgen Melzer, dropped just six games in his semi-final win over compatriot Thomas Rosol. It was the most decisive victory he has ever had in an Australian Open final, Federer said. “It was a very good match,” he said. “I just had to play my best tennis, that’s all.” Federer has now won the tournament seven times and is chasing Roger’s all-time record of 17 in the tournament

Turn on TK17 (in-game sound). 16 & 20. Lets talk accessories. Microphone…. TK17/ The Klub 17 – “/t/ – Torrents” is .Balance and mobility are improved in the active versus the passive mode of walking.
This study tested the hypotheses that active walking, when compared to passive walking, improves balance and mobility. Fifty-eight adults (mean age, 48+/-18 yr) with chronic low back pain were randomly assigned to either an active or a passive walking group. Fourteen different balance and mobility tests were administered before and after the 8-wk study. During the walking protocol, participants walked (6 m) at a comfortable speed. Results indicate that the balance and mobility measures were improved following the active walking intervention. The differences were found for all primary outcome measures, and statistically significant improvements were reported for almost all tests. These results support the inclusion of active stepping in rehabilitation programs for persons with low back pain.Q:

Why the model provided by the website is not passing validation in Rails?

I have seen how to test a Rails model in model_test.rb and create a functional test in functional_test.rb.
Now there is a challenge that I want to test the validation on a model.
I have created a model called Post.rb in my Rails project for my test.
And I have used rails g model post title:string body:text tags:text
Now in the model test file, I have written some code and tested the model.
It works fine. But the error in the validation is not captured.
And when I added the logging in the model_test.rb it shows as
WARN: app/models/post.rb:1:in `’: uninitialized constant Test::Unit::TestCase (NameError)

But if I run the same code in a console, I am getting the error.
So, the Test::Unit::TestCase is not getting loaded?
Is there any way I can fix this?


You have to run the tests in the order of creation of the files. Your Test::Unit::TestCase is loaded before the model.
If you created those files, in the order Post.rb -> post_test.rb -> post_model.rb you have to run the test in the order model.rb -> post_test.rb -> post