[rspec-users] a wiki to host Cuke & webrat?

John Goodsen jgoodsen at radsoft.com
Mon Apr 6 13:29:55 EDT 2009


I never said it was done - you are supposed to help out Phlip!

On Fri, Apr 3, 2009 at 6:52 PM, Phlip <phlip2005 at gmail.com> wrote:

> John Goodsen wrote:
>
>> this was my vision with rcumber - I haven't worked on it for a few months,
>> but it's basically a rails plugin that provides a web interface to edit and
>> run cucumber tests....  I'd love some help and ideas from others to take
>> this to a more universally usable tool - we use it right now on 1 project.
>>  rcumber is at  http://github.com/jgoodsen/rcumber/tree/master
>>
>
> I didn't see a "plugin" here. Just a lite wiki, without even security or
> other heavy wiki features, that you prop up next to your projects. Put
> another way, if I were installing this, I didn't want to have to plug it
> into an existing project...
>
>
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