Cucumber-Cpp allows Cucumber to support step definitions written in C++.
If you need to ask a question, don't open a ticket on GitHub! Please post your question on the Cucumber discussion group instead, prefixing the title with [CPP].
It relies on a few libraries:
- Boost 1.40 or later. Required libraries: thread, system, regex, and date_time. Optional library for Boost Test driver: test.
- GTest 1.6 or later. Optional for the GTest driver. By default downloaded and built by CMake.
- CppSpec development branch. Optional for the CppSpec driver.
- GMock 1.6 or later. Optional for the internal test suite. By default downloaded and built by CMake.
- Qt 4. Optional for the CalcQt example.
This header-only library is included in the source code:
It might work with earlier versions of the libraries, but it was not tested with them.
Cucumber-Cpp uses the wire protocol at the moment, so you will need Cucumber-Ruby installed and available on the path. It is also needed to run the functional test suite.
Building Cucumber-Cpp with tests and samples:
cmake -E make_directory build cmake -E chdir build cmake -DCUKE_ENABLE_EXAMPLES=on .. cmake --build build cmake --build build --target test cmake --build build --target features
Running the Calc example on Unix:
build/examples/Calc/BoostCalculatorSteps >/dev/null & cucumber examples/Calc
Running the Calc example on Windows (NMake):
start build\examples\Calc\BoostCalculatorSteps.exe cucumber examples\Calc