[rspec-users] maybe I 'get it' after all

doug livesey biot023 at gmail.com
Sun Jan 11 08:16:06 EST 2009


> I hope I'm not the only one in the world who posts to a discussion list
> only to (maybe) get the answer to a question moments after hitting
> posting. Sigh.
Hey, that's my trick! Get your own!

2009/1/11 Tom Cloyd <tomcloyd at comcast.net>

> I hope I'm not the only one in the world who posts to a discussion list
> only to (maybe) get the answer to a question moments after hitting
> posting. Sigh.
>
> Looking again, in the cucumber wiki page "Running Features", I had a
> sense that I maybe I DID know what to do, went to
> /examples/dos_line_endings in the cucumber gems installation on my
> machine, and entered to the CLI -
>
> ~$ cucumber features/dos_line_endings.feature
>
> After I stopped laughing at the feature description text (I too love
> Linux), I have to admit that this output simply works for me. Whew.
>
> So...my sense of "what to do" now, is to write *.feature files, with
> corresponding step definition files, then...well, there's lots of
> what-to-do info very lucidly written in the wiki. I much enjoy reading
> it - although I wish the Rails stuff was factored out, because it's of
> no use if you're not doing Rails, and I think I'm going to have to try
> to translate some of it, and will likely do it badly...
>
> If someone wants to redirect me in any way, I'll give very close
> attention to their advice. Meanwhile, I'm feeling like I can go
> forward with this and I'll be learning a great deal. This sure looks
> like fun...and very very useful, in the long run.
>
> I'm endlessly grateful for the hard work of others in the Ruby world,
> from which I benefit so much.
>
> t.
>
> --
>
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