This is a completely bare-bones Rails app that serves one single purpose:
Test that Cucumber works with Ruby on Rails
Here is how:
# Install gems sudo gem install webrat rspec rspec-rails git clone git://github.com/aslakhellesoy/cucumber_rails.git cd cucumber_rails rake
The default task will vendor copies of Rails and Cucumber the first time it is run,
and pull changes after that. If you’d like to start fresh, just delete the vendor/rails
and vendor/plugins/cucumber directories and run rake again.
To Test with a specific version of Rails, e.g. 2.2.2:
# Make sure you have a vendored copy of Rails and Cucumber
# Test with Spork: CUCUMBER_GENERATE_OPTS=--spork rake cucumber_test:v2.2.2:test
If it’s green, everything is OK. If not, you should see red.
To see a list of all available testing tasks, run
rake -T cucumber_test
Adding new features
cucumber_test:* tasks will REVERT ALL LOCAL CHANGES when run. Therefore, if you’re modifying things, I recommend you don’t run this task, but
rake features instead. Then MAKE SURE YOU ADD AND COMMIT the files you changed before you run any of the
cucumber_test:* tasks again. Make sure you don’t add too much. The files that are generated should not be added to Git.