[rspec-users] Story Runner: Readability of output with multiple params

Andrew WC Brown omen.king at gmail.com
Sun Oct 14 02:09:37 EDT 2007


When I first used story runner I thought the same option would be needed.
Then I thought about it then came to the conclusion that it would be more
clear to write something such as:

Given a user named, Joe
And a company named, Acme
And user works for, Acme
And user is a, Janitor

On 10/14/07, Andy Watts <andywatts at yahoo.com> wrote:
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>
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> Zach Dennis-2 wrote:
> >
> > I like to keep them closer to customer readable/writable myself.
> >
>
> Customer readable/writable stories are important for me too.
>
> To that end, I would prefer inline, Option 1.
> 1. And "the user", "Joe", "works for", "Acme", "as a", "janitor"
> 2. And "the user $user works for $company as a $jobtitle", "Joe", "Acme",
> "janitor"
>
> Thanks
> Andy
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