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Autocuke

Autocuke uses EventMachine to watch your .feature files, then automatically runs cucumber as they change. Use with spork for total awesomeness.

Installation

If you're using bundler, just add this to your Gemfile:

group :test do
  gem "autocuke", "0.1.1"
end

Then create a bundle-of-joy with:

bundle

Otherwise, just install from rubygems like so:

(sudo) gem install autocuke

That's it!

Usage

First, add an autocuke profile to your config/cucumber.yml.

autocuke: -r features --format pretty --strict

Then boot up the "autocuke-file-watcher-5000":

autocuke

Then 'cuke away... and next time you save your .feature, autocuke will run it for you.

Have fun!

Contributors

So far it's just me; Spencer Steffen.

If you'd like to help out feel free to fork and send me pull requests!

License

Copyright (c) 2011 Spencer Steffen and Citrus, released under the New BSD License All rights reserved.

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