[rspec-users] [Cucumber] Using Cucumber to test Erlang servers directly
wolfmanjm at gmail.com
Sun May 3 04:16:55 EDT 2009
Thanks, this is a work in progress it should get more sophisticated as
I write more features.
BTW Aslak this is why I needed the scenario name in the After hook, I
get a lot of Erlang messages which get stored, and the Steps should
test for them and consume them off the queue, however as Erlang and
messages are totally asynchronous, I don't want to print them out when
they come in, or in the After hook, as that screws up the Scenario
Hence they are stored and printed in the at_exit hook.
Using cucumber to debug asynchronous processes will probably introduce
a lot of interesting edge cases ;)
On May 2, 7:38 pm, aslak hellesoy <aslak.helle... at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I don't know if this will interest anyone, but I thought it was a
> > pretty cool use of Cucumber :)
> OMG sooo cool.
> Added here:http://wiki.github.com/aslakhellesoy/cucumber/tutorials-and-related-b...
> > I've posted a Blog article on how I use Cucumber to test an Erlang
> > Server directly by talking to my Erlang Nodes.
> > It uses Cucumber running under JRuby which uses JInterface to talk to
> > the Erlang servers.
> > I hope someone else finds this a fascinating use of Cucumber ;)
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