[rspec-users] Rake features vs. cucumber features
aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com
Wed Nov 26 11:09:57 EST 2008
On Wed, Nov 26, 2008 at 4:56 PM, James Byrne <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
> aslak hellesoy wrote:
> > When this is implemented it will be easier to diagnose and fix problems
> > like this. It will give you a hint about other --require options you
> > might want to add.
> > Cheers,
> > Aslak
> Thank you. I have add my heartfelt thanks for your work on cucumber. I
> tried to wrap my head around rspec/stories when they first appeared late
> last summer and I never really did grasp how to use them. Cucumber has
> simply transformed the way I now see things in BDD.
Thanks man. I appreciate it. I owe a lot to Dan North who did JBehave then
RBehave then RSpec Stories which is where the ideas were born. I only
improved the implementation and added some sugar coating. Seems like sugar
coating is what's needed to make things fly hehe.
Plus now there are 51 forks and I have merged in contribs from some 30
people thanks to GitHub. This would never have grown so fast in a
centralised SCM like Subversion.
> I the meantime, could somebody provide me with a hint or two on what I
> should pass cucumber with the -r option to get the same effect as rake
> features? I have tried, without success, multiple variations on the
> essence of the following:
> cucumber features -r config/environment lib/cucumber/rails/world
Until we have a better way to display --verbose - I'd try to sprinkle some
puts statements in the cli.rb class to see what gets loaded when you run via
rake - and try to mimic that from the cucumber command line.
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