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@Options annotation and RuntimeOptions object #160

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aslakhellesoy opened this Issue · 2 comments

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Both the CLI and the JUnit @Options annotation should have equivalent option flags and arguments. They should be used to populate a RuntimeOptions that is passed to the Runtime.

RuntimeOptions should accept a String[] which can either be argv, an array created from @Options or possibly some other runner, like an IDE plugin.

Validation should happen inside RuntimeOptions.

@aslakhellesoy

@nfisher will be working on this

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This is now merged back to master.

@hutchy2570 hutchy2570 referenced this issue from a commit in lgi-kitd/cucumber-jvm
@aslakhellesoy aslakhellesoy Giving another stab at #160 9aeb72c
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