Jukecooker aids you in writing JBehave scenarios. It is forked from Ary Borenszweig's Cukecooker, found at github.com/asterite/cukecooker
It generates an HTML with your project's step definitions and lets you use them to write scenarios in a comfortable way, with autocomplete and text inputs for group matches.
You can think of it as a JBehave IDE.
Jukecooker creates the working HTML file by parsing a set of *.java or *.groovy files. For that just run:
java -jar Jukecooker.jar -path <path to folder containing your step classes *.java or *.groovy files>
java -jar Jukecooker.jar -path myproject/src/main/java/com/mypackage/mysteps
If everything went well you should see
Done! Generated 'jukecooker.html' with <number of steps found> steps.
Go ahead, try it!
To build it just run 'mvn assembly:assembly'