Add rspec acceptance tests #265

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mfenner commented Mar 7, 2015

Use rspec acceptance tests instead of cucumber tests. Main advantage is consolidation of testing frameworks, and avoiding extra layer of "plain English" DSL, which was not used by non-technical people in two years of cucumber tests.

@mfenner mfenner pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 15, 2015
Martin Fenner added rspec feature tests for docs. #265. c81de99
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Martin Fenner added feature rspec for homepage. #265 418d669
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Martin Fenner fixed user session feature specs. #265 50ef0ff
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Martin Fenner fixed model spec for status. #265. 9ed7fb3
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Martin Fenner fixed openedition model spec. #265 b62f91d
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Martin Fenner fixed model specs for user, datacite_import, member_list. #265. d40f04d
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Martin Fenner fixed api specs for v5 API. #265. e609808
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Martin Fenner fixed api request specs. #265. 43342bf
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Martin Fenner fixing feature specs. #265 79be35e
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Martin Fenner fixing import model specs. #265 4f86266
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Martin Fenner Fixed acceptance specs. #265. c1d5323
@mfenner mfenner pushed a commit that referenced this issue Mar 16, 2015
Martin Fenner fixed existing feature specs. #265. b599ca0
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