Test::BDD::Cucumber - Feature-complete Cucumber-style testing in Perl
# Driving tests using the 'pherkin' binary that comes with the distribution $ pherkin -l -b t/ # Or choose a subset of tests to be run by selecting all scenarios tagged 'slow' $ pherkin -l -b --tags @slow t/ # Or all those /not/ tagged 'slow' $ pherkin -l -b --tags ~@slow # Fail on missing steps (by default prints as orange output and succeeds tests) $ pherkin -l -b --strict t/ # Driving tests using 'prove' integration $ prove --source Feature --ext=.feature examples/ # Driving parallel tests using 'prove' $ prove -r --source Feature -j 9 --ext=.feature t/
The implementation supports the following Gherkin keywords in feature files:
Scenario can be used as a synonym for
Scenario Outline (with
Examples). This best maps to Gherkin version 6.0.13, but without support for its new
This implementation supports the same languages as Gherkin 15.0.0 - that is, it supports exactly the same translated keywords.
Behaviour of this module is similar to that, but sometimes different from the real Cucumber, the plan is to move use the same parser and behaviour.
This module comes with a few introductory tutorials.
for those new to Cucumber and BDD testing
to get you started writing the code run for each
for those who want to extend or hook into feature file execution
Documentation of the command-line tool App::pherkin
BUGS AND LIMITATIONS
For current bugs, check the issue tracer at GitHub: https://github.com/pherkin/test-bdd-cucumber-perl/issues
One thing need specific mentioning:
Due to the use of its own parser, differences probably exist in the interpretation of feature files when comparing to Cucumber.
Also see the issue for tracking this topic.
Source code repository at https://github.com/pherkin/test-bdd-cucumber-perl
Bug tracker at https://github.com/pherkin/test-bdd-cucumber-perl/issues
Mailing list at mailto:email@example.com
Chat (Gitter) at https://gitter.im/pjlsergeant/test-bdd-cucumber-perl
Chat (IRC) at irc://irc.freenode.net/#perl
Website at https://pherkin.pm
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