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Textmate Bundle for RSpec plain text stories How to install: mkdir -p ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles/ cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/TextMate/Bundles git clone git://github.com/bmabey/rspec-story-tmbundle.git RSpec\ Story.tmbundle In TextMate: From your drop down menu, select Bundles -> Bundle Editor -> Reload Bundles If you are doing ruby development with webrat you may also want the webrat bundle: http://github.com/bmabey/webrat-tmbundle/ Features: * Color highlighting for plain text stories * Themes that have been modified to take advantage of this can be found in color_themes/ * Snippets for plain text stories and step files. * Predefined completions (escape key) for common story keywords. * Spellchecking turned on by default for the plaintext stories. * Run the current plain text story and display in HTML. Clickable backtrace and all. * Switch between plain text story and corresponding step matcher file. * Automatically create template step file with pending steps based on the steps used in the story. Caveats: * Requires RSpec 1.1.4 * The running of stories and file switching relies on the following directory structure convention: Basic stories (no sub-directories): /project_root/stories |- basic_story.rb |- stories | |- basic_story.story (extension must be .story) | |- steps |- basic_story_steps.rb Using feature sub-directories: /project_root/stories |- feature_one | |- some_story.rb | |- stories | | |- some_story.story (extension must be .story) | | | |- steps | |- some_story_steps.rb | |- feature_two | ..... These directory structures can be used together (basic stories can reside in the root stories directory, and feature sets can be put in sub directories). TODO: * 6/1/2008 4:10AM - If in story file, and are switching to any other file, if a runner file doesn't exist - prompt to create it (right now - going to specific step from story file dies if not) * Run All Stories command. * Run Selected Stories command. * (MAYBE) Make running a story more robust to work with any configuration. * Warning / prompt about creating step runner file (when creating either a story or a steps file) TODONE: * Improve HTML output to show failing information. * If in story file, and step file doesn't exist, and going to specific step - make snippets work correctly - currently inserts new step and tag name of step file - steps_for(:Given "blah blah" ...) * When in step file - if doing SHIFT-CTRL-OPTION-DOWN - go to first step that match * Switch Command * Easily switch between a plain text story and it's runner ruby file. * Step Navigation * Be able to quickly navigate to the step files that are being used for the current story. * Automatically go to the selected step or create it if it does not exist. Authors: John Thornton Ben Mabey Original language part of the bundle taken from: http://www.movesonrails.com/articles/2007/11/06/rspec-plain-text-stories this was improved upon by John, Ben, and Jake Cahoon.