Tracks cucumber timing and displays results in a single html page with outliers highlighted in a table sortable by various metrics.
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README.md

Cucumber Statistics

Tracks cucumber timing and displays results in a single html page with outliers highlighted in a table sortable by various metrics.

Installation

  1. Add gem 'cucumber_statistics' to your Gemfile

  2. Or gem install 'cucumber_statistics

Configuration

  1. For always-on automatic loading (recommended), add require 'cucumber_statistics/autoload' to features/support/env.rb or other support file.

  2. Or, add it to your cucumber.yml by adding --format CucumberStatistics::Formatter i.e.

    std_opts = "-r features/support/ -r features/step_definitions --quiet --format CucumberStatistics::Formatter --format progress --format junit -o test-reports --strict --tags ~@wip --tags ~@todo"

  3. Or, use it via command line with the --format CucumberStatistics::Formatter option.

Results

Look in the ./target/cucumber_statistics for the generated html document.

Why?

It should be fast and easy to find long running steps. This generates a bootstrap styled page with a sortable table, where the outliers are clearly identified. It should be fast and easy to diagnose problems.

Contributing

Please contribute!

  1. Fork it
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create new Pull Request

Credits

Credit to Ryan Boucher cucumber_timing_presenter for the original code used to gather statistics.

Copyright

Copyright (c) 2014 AlienFast. See LICENSE.txt for further details.