[rspec-users] cucumber fit step table output
aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com
Mon Dec 29 09:57:30 EST 2008
On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 7:19 PM, Emmanuel Pinault <seatmanu at gmail.com>wrote:
> I think this is not yet implemented. I had the same issue and was told they
> are working on it but that they are doing a big refactoring so might not be
> in 0.1.13 yet
That's right. You have to wait for the next major release to have tables
> To work around that issues. I created a helper method that can print the
> table in one line or multiple line. Then call the method with the element of
> the table twice. One for the table and one to show them in the step. Then I
> made sure all the step regular expresion supported that notation
> On Dec 28, 2008, at 10:09 AM, Jonathan Linowes wrote:
> If this is a bug I'll submit a ticket.
>> Or, maybe I'd doing something wrong.
>> Using a Cucumber FIT Step Table,
Let's stop calling tables "FIT tables". Tables are *inspired* from the FIT
tool, but they *are not* FIT tables. Better names:
Step tables and Scenario tables.
Step tables are tables that are arguments to step definitions.
Scenario tables are tables that invoke a Scenario (or Scenario Outline) with
the scenario runs and passes (and fails when i put bad data in the table).
>> But the console output only shows the Step text, not the table so when I
>> read the output it's not telling me what data was actually run.
>> Cucumber 0.1.13.2
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