[rspec-users] Cucumber tables

aslak hellesoy aslak.hellesoy at gmail.com
Sat May 16 17:37:31 EDT 2009

> Aslak Hellesøy wrote:
>> Which terms do you think we should adopt and where in the wiki should
>> this be emphasized more clearly?
>> Aslak
> The best suggestion that I can come up with is: Outline Tables for
> Scenario Outlines and Inline Tables for regular scenarios.
> As far as the wiki goes then I suggest a general entry with the heading
> "Tables".  This page should contain a brief description of each type of
> table explaining where each is encountered together with links to their
> respective example.  Nothing overly elaborate, just a single place to

Good idea

> note that their is more than one type and that their employment and
> syntax differs somewhat.

Their syntax is identical, but they have different semantics.

> Cucumber is a marvellous tool, but the rate of enhancement ofttimes
> leaves me  behind for a bit.  However, I far prefer having to sprint now
> and then rather than dragging a moribund tool around behind me, wishing
> that it had this or did that.

Hehe. Thanks. Hopefully there won't be any major changes to the
language from now on...
Hopefully ;-)


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