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At least for me this morning when I run vroom#RunTestFile() within a cucumber feature I get this error message:
/bin/bash: ./b/./script/cucumber: No such file or directory
I use b as my binstubs directory. This should be calling either ./b/cucumber or, more likely, ./script/cucumber. I'll fix this at some point before too long, but I wanted to register it here.
Hey @prognostikos, two quick questions about cucumber:
I'm pretty sure I messed something up with cucumber and I want to fix it, but I want to be sure I don't mess anything else up!
Hi @charlietanksley, I'm not using vim-vroom anymore but the feature I added allows you to specify the path to cucumber in your .vimrc. The default used to be hardcoded to ./script/cucumber.
If you use rbenv and your path is set up correctly setting it to just cucumber should work. If you use binstubs you most likely won't have to use bundle exec.