[rspec-users] [ANN] Cucumber 0.2 alpha

Manuel Vidaurre mvidaurr at acm.org
Mon Jan 26 00:13:29 EST 2009


Aslak,
For Spanish:

"es":
  name: Spanish
  native: español
  encoding: UTF-8
  background: Antecedentes
  feature: Característica
  scenario: Escenario
  scenario_outline: Esquema del escenario
  examples: Ejemplos
  given: Dado
  when: Cuando
  then: Entonces
  and: Y
  but: Pero

Regards

Manuel

On Sun, Jan 25, 2009 at 9:53 AM, aslak hellesoy <aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hi folks,
>
> I'm pretty excited about the next release - 0.2. Please try out the
> prereleases (0.1.99):
>
>   gem sources -a http://gems.github.com
>   gem install aslakhellesoy-cucumber
>
> We need updated translations! To see what needs updating, do this:
>
>   cucumber --lang help # To see what languages are incomplete
>   cucumber --lang es help # To see what's incomplete in Spanish
>
> Stuff that users should care about:
> * New --tags option and @tag keyword in the Gherkin language
> * Automatic aliasing of keywords so you can use Given/When/Then in your
> language in step definitions
> * New --strict option to fail on undefined and pending steps
> * New --autoformat option to format your feature sources (useful especially
> for tables)
> * Make the current scenario available to step definitions
> * Multiline tables and strings in steps get printed
> * New --help for all the supported languages
> * Much faster installation of gem
> * Pure Java support via JBehave
>
> Stuff that contributors should care about
> * A new design based on an abstract syntax tree with better separation of
> concerns.
> * Self tests - Cucumber features for Cucumber
> * No need to compile language specific parsers
>
> There are a few features of 0.1 that haven't been ported yet:
> * HTML formatter
> * Any number of things that I have overseen
>
> Some parts of the Gherkin language have also changed:
> * "GivenScenario" is gone. Instead you can call steps from step
> definitions, or wait for "Background (#153)"
> * "More Examples" is gone. "Scenario" + "More Examples" is no longer
> supported. Use "Scenario Outline" + "Examples" instead.
>
> And finally, pure Ruby features are no longer supported.
>
> The code for the 0.1.x series lives on the v0.1.x branch. From now on there
> will only be minor bugfixes on 0.1.x.
>
> Big thanks to Joseph Wilk who has helped out a lot during the redesign.
> Please be patient about any bugs you find in this release and help us iron
> out any wrinkles.
>
> Full (pre)release notes here:
> http://github.com/aslakhellesoy/cucumber/blob/dc114aeca49bdaaeec757089790ac14fca75a62b/History.txt
>
> (::) Aslak (::)
>
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