When cutting / pasting, this just leads to annoying errors. Cucumber does TRT out of the box, so just let it.
This allows users to refer to variables in the After hooks, and gives them a clean slate in Before hooks.
Wrap a handler-case around the test case, *in addition to* the debugger-hook: When started with --disable-debugger, sbcl sometimes seems to exit instead of calling that hook.
This should let me debug internal errors more easily.
Clucumber now implements the cucumber wire protocol, documented here: http://wiki.github.com/aslakhellesoy/cucumber/wire-protocol It can define steps in CL. Complete feature set: * Step lookup, including highlight of textual match groups. * Single-line step invocation. * Templates for missing step definitions. * (pending <optional message>) * (fail <lots of args>) Still lacks support for tables and (tested) multiline args. Also, a slime connector / a way to invoke it from the REPL would be nice.