[rspec-users] getting started - very much a beginner
tomcloyd at comcast.net
Wed Jan 14 10:19:20 EST 2009
aslak hellesoy wrote:
> On Sun, Jan 11, 2009 at 1:26 PM, Tom Cloyd <tomcloyd at comcast.net
> <mailto:tomcloyd at comcast.net>> wrote:
> A hope my ignorance is acceptable here. I have, to this point,
> programmed in Ruby mostly using my awareness of procedural
> programming; I've written a small number of very useful programs
> for myself. I'm starting to use classes now - just starting.
> I have a small project I'm working on - setting up a database
> based on the directed acyclic graph (DAG) model (using Ruby only).
> I'm been studying test-directed development, which led me to BDD,
> at which point I got really excited. I truly want to go forward
> with learning cucumber, and rspec.
> So here I am trying to started using cucumber, and I'm having a little
> trouble. The documentation in the cucumber wiki isn't, to my poverty
> stricken perception, at all procedural, although individual pages seem
> quite lucid and accessible. After reading and rereading (I've
> looked at
> every page, and most several times), it appears that the "start"
> page is
> "Cucumber Backgrounder". The problem is that this assumes you are
> working with Rails, about which I know little and desire to know
> less. I get stuck, on that page, at the phrase...
> ==When you run "script/generate cucumber" ==
> Huh? Is this something you do in Rails?
> Yes, this is Rails only.
> I recommend you take a look at the examples/i18n folder. You'll find
> some really simplistic Cucumber code that is simple Ruby. No Rails or
> other complex material.
Thanks - yes that's the complete picture I needed. I'm launched. Fantastic!
Tom Cloyd, MS MA, LMHC - Private practice Psychotherapist
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