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Directory modeling

Directory models are the top level element of a model tree. They expose several attributes of the directory that they represent, as well as containing models for any feature files or subdirectories that are present in the directory that they represent.

Background An existing test suite
Given
the directory "test_directory"
And
the file "test_directory/test_file_1.feature"
And
the file "test_directory/test_file_2.feature"
And
the file "test_directory/random.file"
And
the directory "test_directory/nested_directory"
Scenarios
Modeling a directory's path
Given
a directory is modeled
  @model = CukeModeler::Directory.new('<path_to>/test_directory')
When
the directory's path is requested
  @model.path
Then
the model returns "path_to/test_directory"
Modeling a directory's name
Given
a directory is modeled
  @model = CukeModeler::Directory.new('<path_to>/test_directory')
When
the directory's name is requested
  @model.name
Then
the model returns "test_directory"
Modeling a directory's feature files

Note: Files that are not .feature files are not modeled

Given
a directory is modeled
  @model = CukeModeler::Directory.new('<path_to>/test_directory')
When
the directory's feature files are requested
  @model.feature_files
Then
the model returns models for the following feature files:
test_file_1.feature
test_file_2.feature
Modeling a directory's directories
Given
a directory is modeled
  @model = CukeModeler::Directory.new('<path_to>/test_directory')
When
the directory's directories are requested
  @model.directories
Then
the model returns models for the following directories:
nested_directory

Last published over 3 years ago by Eric Kessler.