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For 2021 - online Python 3 training - see ((here)).

Our plans were to retire in summer 2020 and see the world, but Coronavirus has lead us into a lot of lockdown programming in Python 3 and PHP 7.
We can now offer tailored online training - small groups, real tutors - works really well for groups of 4 to 14 delegates. Anywhere in the world; course language English.

Please ask about private 'maintenance' training for Python 2, Tcl, Perl, PHP, Lua, etc.
Installing Cucumber (Ruby)

 
Articles in this "Introduction to Cucumber" series:
[link] - Installing Cucumber for Ruby
[link] - Hello Test Cucumber World
[link] - First real tests / second example
[link] - Improved tests with RSpec
 




Cucumber is a behaviour driven development tool written in Ruby, and primarily (but not exclusively) for use in Ruby.

I'm logging this largely for the record - Cucumber comes as a Ruby Gem and easily installs.

  WomanWithCat:r107 grahamellis$ sudo gem install cucumber
  Password:
  Building native extensions. This could take a while...
  Successfully installed gherkin-2.12.2
  Fetching: multi_test-0.1.1.gem (100%)
  Successfully installed multi_test-0.1.1
  Fetching: cucumber-1.3.18.gem (100%)
  Successfully installed cucumber-1.3.18
  Parsing documentation for gherkin-2.12.2
  Installing ri documentation for gherkin-2.12.2
  Parsing documentation for multi_test-0.1.1
  Installing ri documentation for multi_test-0.1.1
  Parsing documentation for cucumber-1.3.18
  Installing ri documentation for cucumber-1.3.18
  3 gems installed
  WomanWithCat:r107 grahamellis$


Here's the help message after install

  WomanWithCat:cuc grahamellis$ cucumber --help
  Usage: cucumber [options] [ [FILE|DIR|URL][:LINE[:LINE]*] ]+
  
  Examples:
  cucumber examples/i18n/en/features
  cucumber @rerun.txt (See --format rerun)
  cucumber examples/i18n/it/features/somma.feature:6:98:113
  cucumber -s -i http://rubyurl.com/eeCl
  etc ... all options listed!


First use turns out to be not quote so simple - you need to specify a behaviour, then code that tests that behaviour, then the class / code that implements that behaviour. Easy if you're lead through it on one of our Ruby courses or you might like to take the very first steps from [here]
(written 2015-01-03)

 
Associated topics are indexed as below, or enter http://melksh.am/nnnn for individual articles
R221 - Ruby - Introduction to Cucumber
  [4380] Behaviour Driven Development / Ruby and Cucumber - (2015-01-02)
  [4382] Second step Cucumber and Gherkin - beyond Hello World - (2015-01-03)
  [4383] Improved test in Cucumber with RSpec - (2015-01-03)
  [4384] Installing Cucumber on Ubuntu - cannot load such file -- mkmf (LoadError) message - (2015-01-04)
  [4386] Guide exercise to help you learn Gherkin, Cucumber and Rspec - (2015-01-06)
  [4551] Testing your new class - first steps with cucumber - (2015-10-23)
  [4552] Scenario outlines - tables of values to test - in Gherkin / Cucumber - (2015-10-23)


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