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Feature: --tag option
Use the --tag (or -t) option to filter the examples by tags.
The tag can be a simple name or a name:value pair. In the first case,
examples with :name => true will be filtered. In the second case, examples
with :name => value will be filtered, where value is always a string. In
both cases, name is converted to a symbol.
Tags can also be used to exclude examples by adding a ~ before the tag. For
example ~tag will exclude all examples marked with :tag => true and
~tag:value will exclude all examples marked with :tag => value.
To be compatible with the Cucumber syntax, tags can optionally start with
an @ symbol, which will be ignored.
Background:
Given a file named "tagged_spec.rb" with:
"""ruby
describe "group with tagged specs" do
it "example I'm working now", :focus => true do; end
it "special example with string", :type => 'special' do; end
it "special example with symbol", :type => :special do; end
it "slow example", :skip => true do; end
it "ordinary example", :speed => 'slow' do; end
it "untagged example" do; end
end
"""
Scenario: filter examples with non-existent tag
When I run `rspec . --tag mytag`
Then the process should succeed even though no examples were run
Scenario: filter examples with a simple tag
When I run `rspec . --tag focus`
Then the output should contain "include {:focus=>true}"
And the examples should all pass
Scenario: filter examples with a simple tag and @
When I run `rspec . --tag @focus`
Then the output should contain "include {:focus=>true}"
Then the examples should all pass
Scenario: filter examples with a name:value tag
When I run `rspec . --tag type:special`
Then the output should contain:
"""
include {:type=>"special"}
"""
And the output should contain "2 examples"
And the examples should all pass
Scenario: filter examples with a name:value tag and @
When I run `rspec . --tag @type:special`
Then the output should contain:
"""
include {:type=>"special"}
"""
And the examples should all pass
Scenario: exclude examples with a simple tag
When I run `rspec . --tag ~skip`
Then the output should contain "exclude {:skip=>true}"
Then the examples should all pass
Scenario: exclude examples with a simple tag and @
When I run `rspec . --tag ~@skip`
Then the output should contain "exclude {:skip=>true}"
Then the examples should all pass
Scenario: exclude examples with a name:value tag
When I run `rspec . --tag ~speed:slow`
Then the output should contain:
"""
exclude {:speed=>"slow"}
"""
Then the examples should all pass
Scenario: exclude examples with a name:value tag and @
When I run `rspec . --tag ~@speed:slow`
Then the output should contain:
"""
exclude {:speed=>"slow"}
"""
Then the examples should all pass
Scenario: filter examples with a simple tag, exclude examples with another tag
When I run `rspec . --tag focus --tag ~skip`
Then the output should contain "include {:focus=>true}"
And the output should contain "exclude {:skip=>true}"
And the examples should all pass
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