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Feature: Branch
Scenario: Yes to all (easiest route)
Given a fresh set of repositories
When I cd to the user repo
And I execute gitcycle branch with a new URL or string
And I give default input
And gitcycle runs
Then output includes
"""
Your work will eventually merge into 'master'. Is this correct? (y/n)
Retrieving branch information from gitcycle.
Would you like to name your branch 'master-ticket.id'? (y/n)
Adding remote repo 'config.owner/config.repo'.
Fetching remote 'config.owner'.
Checking out remote branch 'master-ticket.id' from 'config.owner/config.repo/master'.
Fetching remote 'origin'.
Pushing 'origin/master-ticket.id'.
Sending branch information to gitcycle.
"""
And redis entries valid
Scenario: Custom branch name
Given a fresh set of repositories
When I cd to the user repo
And I execute gitcycle branch with a new URL or string
And I enter "y"
And I enter "n"
And I enter "master-ticket.id-rename"
And gitcycle runs
Then output includes
"""
Your work will eventually merge into 'master'. Is this correct? (y/n)
Retrieving branch information from gitcycle.
Would you like to name your branch 'master-ticket.id'? (y/n)
What would you like to name your branch?
Adding remote repo 'config.owner/config.repo'.
Fetching remote 'config.owner'.
Checking out remote branch 'master-ticket.id-rename' from 'config.owner/config.repo/master'.
Fetching remote 'origin'.
Pushing 'origin/master-ticket.id-rename'.
Sending branch information to gitcycle.
"""
And redis entries valid
Scenario: Change source branch
Given a fresh set of repositories
When I cd to the user repo
And I create a new branch "some_branch"
And I checkout some_branch
And I execute gitcycle branch with a new URL or string
And I enter "n"
And I enter "master"
And I enter "y"
And gitcycle runs
Then output includes
"""
Your work will eventually merge into 'some_branch'. Is this correct? (y/n)
What branch would you like to eventually merge into?
Retrieving branch information from gitcycle.
Would you like to name your branch 'master-ticket.id'? (y/n)
Adding remote repo 'config.owner/config.repo'.
Fetching remote 'config.owner'.
Checking out remote branch 'master-ticket.id' from 'config.owner/config.repo/master'.
Fetching remote 'origin'.
Pushing 'origin/master-ticket.id'.
Sending branch information to gitcycle.
"""
And redis entries valid
Scenario: Collaborator
Given a fresh set of repositories
When I cd to the owner repo
And I create a new branch "some_branch"
And I checkout some_branch
And I push some_branch
And I cd to the user repo
And I execute gitcycle branch with a new URL or string
And I enter "n"
And I enter "config.owner/some_branch"
And I enter "y"
And gitcycle runs
Then output includes
"""
Your work will eventually merge into 'master'. Is this correct? (y/n)
What branch would you like to eventually merge into?
Retrieving branch information from gitcycle.
Would you like to name your branch 'ticket.id'? (y/n)
Adding remote repo 'config.owner/config.repo'.
Fetching remote 'config.owner'.
Checking out remote branch 'ticket.id' from 'config.owner/config.repo/some_branch'.
Fetching remote 'origin'.
Pushing 'origin/ticket.id'.
Sending branch information to gitcycle.
"""
And redis entries valid
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