[rspec-users] Noob question

Korny Sietsma korny at sietsma.com
Wed Apr 29 17:17:19 EDT 2009


True, but cucumber is useful for lots of different kinds of projects.
I'm currently using it to build a java webapp, so I don't need much
beyond cucumber, selenium, and selenium-client.

But agreed, if I was in rails-land (sigh) then I'd want webrat and rspec-rails.

- Korny
p.s. I'm aware webrat works without rails, but when I looked it didn't
seem a big boost for our kind of app.

On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 10:42 PM, Chris Flipse <cflipse at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 29, 2009 at 7:42 AM, Korny Sietsma <korny 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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