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Project: Cukemodeler 1.2.1

Feature output

A feature model's string output is a Gherkin representation of itself. As such, output from a feature model can be used as input for the same kind of model.

Scenarios
Outputting a feature model
Given
the following gherkin:
@[email protected]
@tag3
Feature: A feature with everything it could have
Including a description
and then some.
Background:
Background
description
* a step
|value1|
* another step
@scenario_tag
Scenario:
Scenario
description
* a step
* another step
"""
  some text
"""
@outline_tag
Scenario Outline:
Outline
description
* a step
|value2|
* another step
"""
  some text
"""
@example_tag
Examples:
Example
description
|param|
|value|
And
a feature model based on that gherkin
  @model = CukeModeler::Feature.new(<source_text>)
When
the model is output as a string
  @model.to_s
Then
the following text is provided:
@tag1 @tag2 @tag3
Feature: A feature with everything it could have

Including a description
and then some.

  Background:

  Background
  description

    * a step
      | value1 |
    * another step

  @scenario_tag
  Scenario:

  Scenario
  description

    * a step
    * another step
      """
        some text
      """

  @outline_tag
  Scenario Outline:

  Outline
  description

    * a step
      | value2 |
    * another step
      """
        some text
      """

  @example_tag
  Examples:

  Example
  description

    | param |
    | value |
And
the output can be used to make an equivalent model
  CukeModeler::Feature.new(@model.to_s)

Last published over 3 years ago by Eric Kessler.