[rspec-users] Noob question

John Ivanoff john.ivanoff at gmail.com
Wed Apr 29 15:45:41 EDT 2009


the book The RSpec book has an example where they build an app with
just ruby. ("Describing Application Behaviour with Cucumber")
You can download some sample chapters. http://www.pragprog.com/titles/achbd/the-rspec-book
This has been a big help for me.

also Railscast (http://railscasts.com/) has some screen cast with
cucumber but it is rails related.


John
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On Apr 29, 7:42 am, Chris Flipse <cfli... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 7:42 AM, Korny Sietsma <ko... at sietsma.com> wrote:
> > Presumably you only need these if you are *building* cucumber?
>
> > If you just want to use cucumber, it should be as simple as "gem
> > install cucumber", and it should get all the other dependencies.  On
> > my machine it seemed to install treetop, polyglot, and presumably a
> > few others - but I don't have rspec-rails nor webrat.
>
> rspec(-rails) and webrat aren't actually *required* by Cucumber -- you can
> use it without them, which is why they're not force-installed.  However,
> nearly every example you're going to find of Cucumber run against a rails
> app is going to be using webrat and rspec-rails ...
>
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