First of all. If you don't know what Ecukes is, go read up about it first. If you have, you should know that in order to test with Ecukes, you need to translate your steps so that Emacs understands them. You do that with step definitions.
Espuds is a collection of the most commonly used step definitions.
espuds to your Cask file:
Some actions require more than one keyboard input. For example functions that reads input via the minibuffer (not via interactive). To handle such cases, you wrap the actions in a block. For example:
Scenario: Activate linum mode Given I start an action chain And I press "M-x" And I type "linum-mode" And I execute the action chain Then linum-mode should be active
Contribution is much welcome! When adding new features, please write tests for them!
Install cask if you haven't already, then:
$ cd /path/to/espuds $ cask
Run all tests with: