[rspec-users] Cucumber - but really ruby

Emmanuel Pinault seatmanu at gmail.com
Tue Feb 3 13:56:20 EST 2009


w% is a ruby notation. It creates an Array of of the literal string   
you type separated by white space

Emmanuel
On Feb 3, 2009, at 10:49 AM, James Byrne wrote:

> In the cucumber rake task I see this construct:
>
>    t.rcov_opts = %w{--rails --exclude
> lib\/ruby,lib64\/ruby,\/usr,osx\/objc,gems\/,test\/,spec\/,features\/}
>    t.rcov_opts << %[--output "coverage"]
>
> My questions is:  What do %w and % represent with respect to the
> "block"? in the first case and the "array"? in the second?  I cannot
> find an explanation of either usage in the documentation.
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