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Re-run `rails generate cucumber:install`

Cuke features fail, but at least they run.
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@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
<%
rerun = File.file?('rerun.txt') ? IO.read('rerun.txt') : ""
rerun_opts = rerun.to_s.strip.empty? ? "--format #{ENV['CUCUMBER_FORMAT'] || 'progress'} features" : "--format #{ENV['CUCUMBER_FORMAT'] || 'pretty'} #{rerun}"
-std_opts = "--format #{ENV['CUCUMBER_FORMAT'] || 'progress'} --strict --tags ~@wip"
+std_opts = "--format #{ENV['CUCUMBER_FORMAT'] || 'pretty'} --strict --tags ~@wip"
%>
default: <%= std_opts %> features
wip: --tags @wip:3 --wip features
@@ -1,16 +1,45 @@
-# IMPORTANT: This file is generated by cucumber-rails - edit at your own peril.
-# It is recommended to regenerate this file in the future when you upgrade to a
-# newer version of cucumber-rails. Consider adding your own code to a new file
-# instead of editing this one. Cucumber will automatically load all features/**/*.rb
-# files.
+# TL;DR: YOU SHOULD DELETE THIS FILE
+#
+# This file was generated by Cucumber-Rails and is only here to get you a head start
+# These step definitions are thin wrappers around the Capybara/Webrat API that lets you
+# visit pages, interact with widgets and make assertions about page content.
+#
+# If you use these step definitions as basis for your features you will quickly end up
+# with features that are:
+#
+# * Hard to maintain
+# * Verbose to read
+#
+# A much better approach is to write your own higher level step definitions, following
+# the advice in the following blog posts:
+#
+# * http://benmabey.com/2008/05/19/imperative-vs-declarative-scenarios-in-user-stories.html
+# * http://dannorth.net/2011/01/31/whose-domain-is-it-anyway/
+# * http://elabs.se/blog/15-you-re-cuking-it-wrong
+#
require 'uri'
require 'cgi'
require File.expand_path(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "..", "support", "paths"))
+require File.expand_path(File.join(File.dirname(__FILE__), "..", "support", "selectors"))
+
+module WithinHelpers
+ def with_scope(locator)
+ locator ? within(*selector_for(locator)) { yield } : yield
+ end
+end
+World(WithinHelpers)
+
+# Single-line step scoper
+When /^(.*) within (.*[^:])$/ do |step, parent|
+ with_scope(parent) { When step }
+end
-# Commonly used webrat steps
-# http://github.com/brynary/webrat
+# Multi-line step scoper
+When /^(.*) within (.*[^:]):$/ do |step, parent, table_or_string|
+ with_scope(parent) { When "#{step}:", table_or_string }
+end
Given /^(?:|I )am on (.+)$/ do |page_name|
visit path_to(page_name)
@@ -28,10 +57,6 @@
click_link(link)
end
-When /^(?:|I )follow "([^"]*)" within "([^"]*)"$/ do |link, parent|
- click_link_within(parent, link)
-end
-
When /^(?:|I )fill in "([^"]*)" with "([^"]*)"$/ do |field, value|
fill_in(field, :with => value)
end
@@ -61,53 +86,6 @@
select(value, :from => field)
end
-# Use this step in conjunction with Rail's datetime_select helper. For example:
-# When I select "December 25, 2008 10:00" as the date and time
-When /^(?:|I )select "([^"]*)" as the date and time$/ do |time|
- select_datetime(time)
-end
-
-# Use this step when using multiple datetime_select helpers on a page or
-# you want to specify which datetime to select. Given the following view:
-# <%= f.label :preferred %><br />
-# <%= f.datetime_select :preferred %>
-# <%= f.label :alternative %><br />
-# <%= f.datetime_select :alternative %>
-# The following steps would fill out the form:
-# When I select "November 23, 2004 11:20" as the "Preferred" date and time
-# And I select "November 25, 2004 10:30" as the "Alternative" date and time
-When /^(?:|I )select "([^"]*)" as the "([^"]*)" date and time$/ do |datetime, datetime_label|
- select_datetime(datetime, :from => datetime_label)
-end
-
-# Use this step in conjunction with Rail's time_select helper. For example:
-# When I select "2:20PM" as the time
-# Note: Rail's default time helper provides 24-hour time-- not 12 hour time. Webrat
-# will convert the 2:20PM to 14:20 and then select it.
-When /^(?:|I )select "([^"]*)" as the time$/ do |time|
- select_time(time)
-end
-
-# Use this step when using multiple time_select helpers on a page or you want to
-# specify the name of the time on the form. For example:
-# When I select "7:30AM" as the "Gym" time
-When /^(?:|I )select "([^"]*)" as the "([^"]*)" time$/ do |time, time_label|
- select_time(time, :from => time_label)
-end
-
-# Use this step in conjunction with Rail's date_select helper. For example:
-# When I select "February 20, 1981" as the date
-When /^(?:|I )select "([^"]*)" as the date$/ do |date|
- select_date(date)
-end
-
-# Use this step when using multiple date_select helpers on one page or
-# you want to specify the name of the date on the form. For example:
-# When I select "April 26, 1982" as the "Date of Birth" date
-When /^(?:|I )select "([^"]*)" as the "([^"]*)" date$/ do |date, date_label|
- select_date(date, :from => date_label)
-end
-
When /^(?:|I )check "([^"]*)"$/ do |field|
check(field)
end
@@ -120,140 +98,92 @@
choose(field)
end
-# Adds support for validates_attachment_content_type. Without the mime-type getting
-# passed to attach_file() you will get a "Photo file is not one of the allowed file types."
-# error message
When /^(?:|I )attach the file "([^"]*)" to "([^"]*)"$/ do |path, field|
- type = path.split(".")[1]
-
- case type
- when "jpg"
- type = "image/jpg"
- when "jpeg"
- type = "image/jpeg"
- when "png"
- type = "image/png"
- when "gif"
- type = "image/gif"
- end
-
- attach_file(field, path, type)
+ attach_file(field, File.expand_path(path))
end
Then /^(?:|I )should see "([^"]*)"$/ do |text|
- if response.respond_to? :should
- response.should contain(text)
+ if page.respond_to? :should
+ page.should have_content(text)
else
- assert_contain text
- end
-end
-
-Then /^(?:|I )should see "([^"]*)" within "([^"]*)"$/ do |text, selector|
- within(selector) do |content|
- if content.respond_to? :should
- content.should contain(text)
- else
- hc = Webrat::Matchers::HasContent.new(text)
- assert hc.matches?(content), hc.failure_message
- end
+ assert page.has_content?(text)
end
end
Then /^(?:|I )should see \/([^\/]*)\/$/ do |regexp|
regexp = Regexp.new(regexp)
- if response.respond_to? :should
- response.should contain(regexp)
- else
- assert_match(regexp, response_body)
- end
-end
-Then /^(?:|I )should see \/([^\/]*)\/ within "([^"]*)"$/ do |regexp, selector|
- within(selector) do |content|
- regexp = Regexp.new(regexp)
- if content.respond_to? :should
- content.should contain(regexp)
- else
- assert_match(regexp, content)
- end
+ if page.respond_to? :should
+ page.should have_xpath('//*', :text => regexp)
+ else
+ assert page.has_xpath?('//*', :text => regexp)
end
end
Then /^(?:|I )should not see "([^"]*)"$/ do |text|
- if response.respond_to? :should_not
- response.should_not contain(text)
+ if page.respond_to? :should
+ page.should have_no_content(text)
else
- assert_not_contain(text)
- end
-end
-
-Then /^(?:|I )should not see "([^"]*)" within "([^"]*)"$/ do |text, selector|
- within(selector) do |content|
- if content.respond_to? :should_not
- content.should_not contain(text)
- else
- hc = Webrat::Matchers::HasContent.new(text)
- assert !hc.matches?(content), hc.negative_failure_message
- end
+ assert page.has_no_content?(text)
end
end
Then /^(?:|I )should not see \/([^\/]*)\/$/ do |regexp|
regexp = Regexp.new(regexp)
- if response.respond_to? :should_not
- response.should_not contain(regexp)
+
+ if page.respond_to? :should
+ page.should have_no_xpath('//*', :text => regexp)
else
- assert_not_contain(regexp)
+ assert page.has_no_xpath?('//*', :text => regexp)
end
end
-Then /^(?:|I )should not see \/([^\/]*)\/ within "([^"]*)"$/ do |regexp, selector|
- within(selector) do |content|
- regexp = Regexp.new(regexp)
- if content.respond_to? :should_not
- content.should_not contain(regexp)
+Then /^the "([^"]*)" field(?: within (.*))? should contain "([^"]*)"$/ do |field, parent, value|
+ with_scope(parent) do
+ field = find_field(field)
+ field_value = (field.tag_name == 'textarea') ? field.text : field.value
+ if field_value.respond_to? :should
+ field_value.should =~ /#{value}/
else
- assert_no_match(regexp, content)
+ assert_match(/#{value}/, field_value)
end
end
end
-Then /^the "([^"]*)" field should contain "([^"]*)"$/ do |field, value|
- field_value = field_labeled(field).value
- if field_value.respond_to? :should
- field_value.should =~ /#{value}/
- else
- assert_match(/#{value}/, field_value)
- end
-end
-
-Then /^the "([^"]*)" field should not contain "([^"]*)"$/ do |field, value|
- field_value = field_labeled(field).value
- if field_value.respond_to? :should_not
- field_value.should_not =~ /#{value}/
- else
- assert_no_match(/#{value}/, field_value)
+Then /^the "([^"]*)" field(?: within (.*))? should not contain "([^"]*)"$/ do |field, parent, value|
+ with_scope(parent) do
+ field = find_field(field)
+ field_value = (field.tag_name == 'textarea') ? field.text : field.value
+ if field_value.respond_to? :should_not
+ field_value.should_not =~ /#{value}/
+ else
+ assert_no_match(/#{value}/, field_value)
+ end
end
end
-Then /^the "([^"]*)" checkbox should be checked$/ do |label|
- field = field_labeled(label)
- if field.respond_to? :should
- field.should be_checked
- else
- assert field.checked?
+Then /^the "([^"]*)" checkbox(?: within (.*))? should be checked$/ do |label, parent|
+ with_scope(parent) do
+ field_checked = find_field(label)['checked']
+ if field_checked.respond_to? :should
+ field_checked.should be_true
+ else
+ assert field_checked
+ end
end
end
-Then /^the "([^"]*)" checkbox should not be checked$/ do |label|
- field = field_labeled(label)
- if field.respond_to? :should_not
- field.should_not be_checked
- else
- assert !field.checked?
+Then /^the "([^"]*)" checkbox(?: within (.*))? should not be checked$/ do |label, parent|
+ with_scope(parent) do
+ field_checked = find_field(label)['checked']
+ if field_checked.respond_to? :should
+ field_checked.should be_false
+ else
+ assert !field_checked
+ end
end
end
-
+
Then /^(?:|I )should be on (.+)$/ do |page_name|
current_path = URI.parse(current_url).path
if current_path.respond_to? :should
@@ -268,7 +198,7 @@
actual_params = query ? CGI.parse(query) : {}
expected_params = {}
expected_pairs.rows_hash.each_pair{|k,v| expected_params[k] = v.split(',')}
-
+
if actual_params.respond_to? :should
actual_params.should == expected_params
else
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@@ -4,29 +4,47 @@
# instead of editing this one. Cucumber will automatically load all features/**/*.rb
# files.
-ENV["RAILS_ENV"] ||= "test"
-require File.expand_path(File.dirname(__FILE__) + '/../../config/environment')
+require 'cucumber/rails'
-require 'cucumber/formatter/unicode' # Remove this line if you don't want Cucumber Unicode support
-require 'cucumber/rails/world'
-require 'cucumber/web/tableish'
+# Capybara defaults to XPath selectors rather than Webrat's default of CSS3. In
+# order to ease the transition to Capybara we set the default here. If you'd
+# prefer to use XPath just remove this line and adjust any selectors in your
+# steps to use the XPath syntax.
+Capybara.default_selector = :css
-require 'webrat'
-require 'webrat/core/matchers'
+# By default, any exception happening in your Rails application will bubble up
+# to Cucumber so that your scenario will fail. This is a different from how
+# your application behaves in the production environment, where an error page will
+# be rendered instead.
+#
+# Sometimes we want to override this default behaviour and allow Rails to rescue
+# exceptions and display an error page (just like when the app is running in production).
+# Typical scenarios where you want to do this is when you test your error pages.
+# There are two ways to allow Rails to rescue exceptions:
+#
+# 1) Tag your scenario (or feature) with @allow-rescue
+#
+# 2) Set the value below to true. Beware that doing this globally is not
+# recommended as it will mask a lot of errors for you!
+#
+ActionController::Base.allow_rescue = false
-Webrat.configure do |config|
- config.mode = :rails
- config.open_error_files = false # Set to true if you want error pages to pop up in the browser
+# Remove/comment out the lines below if your app doesn't have a database.
+# For some databases (like MongoDB and CouchDB) you may need to use :truncation instead.
+begin
+ DatabaseCleaner.strategy = :transaction
+rescue NameError
+ raise "You need to add database_cleaner to your Gemfile (in the :test group) if you wish to use it."
end
-
-# If you set this to false, any error raised from within your app will bubble
-# up to your step definition and out to cucumber unless you catch it somewhere
-# on the way. You can make Rails rescue errors and render error pages on a
-# per-scenario basis by tagging a scenario or feature with the @allow-rescue tag.
+# You may also want to configure DatabaseCleaner to use different strategies for certain features and scenarios.
+# See the DatabaseCleaner documentation for details. Example:
+#
+# Before('@no-txn,@selenium,@culerity,@celerity,@javascript') do
+# DatabaseCleaner.strategy = :truncation, {:except => %w[widgets]}
+# end
+#
+# Before('~@no-txn', '~@selenium', '~@culerity', '~@celerity', '~@javascript') do
+# DatabaseCleaner.strategy = :transaction
+# end
#
-# If you set this to true, Rails will rescue all errors and render error
-# pages, more or less in the same way your application would behave in the
-# default production environment. It's not recommended to do this for all
-# of your scenarios, as this makes it hard to discover errors in your application.
-ActionController::Base.allow_rescue = false
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