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a directory/file named "whatever" should (not) exist #19

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rspeicher commented Oct 6, 2010

  • a file named "foo" should exist
  • a file named "foo" should not exist
  • a directory named "foo" should exist
  • a directory named "foo" should not exist

Added these "Then" statements, as I found myself wanting to check a single file or directory's existence/absence while using aruba the last couple projects.

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Add 'a file named "whatever" should (not) exist'
Allows us to check for the presence/absence of a single file without going into a full table
Add 'a directory named "whatever" should (not) exist'
Allows us to check for the presence/absence of a single directory without going into a full table
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Nothing?

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rspeicher commented Oct 23, 2010

Nothing?

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Aslak's been pretty busy recently. Don't sweat it. :-)

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msassak commented Oct 23, 2010

Aslak's been pretty busy recently. Don't sweat it. :-)

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miketheman Jun 16, 2012

Was this ever merged in? I don't see any language for when things like directories should not exist in the steps.

miketheman commented Jun 16, 2012

Was this ever merged in? I don't see any language for when things like directories should not exist in the steps.

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