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Scenarios
Basic page without date in the id
Given
the following pages:
title body id categories
Whiskey A page with no date whiskey alcohol, bourbon, scotch, whiskey
When
I go to the path "/whiskey"
Then
I should see "A page with no date"
And
The title should be "Whiskey"
And
I should see the following list of links with css id "categories":
alcohol /category/alcohol
bourbon /category/bourbon
scotch /category/scotch
whiskey /category/whiskey
Basic page with date in the id
Given
the following pages:
title body id categories
Whiskey A page with no date 2010-02-01-whiskey alcohol, bourbon, scotch, whiskey
When
I go to the path "/2010/02/01/whiskey"
Then
I should see "A page with no date"
And
The title should be "Whiskey"
And
I should see the following list of links with css id "categories":
alcohol /category/alcohol
bourbon /category/bourbon
scotch /category/scotch
whiskey /category/whiskey
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Missing page
Given
the following pages:
title body id
Bourbon A page. bourbon
When
I go to the path "/scotch"
Then
the response should be "not found"
Page with multiple parts
Given
the following pages:
title id
Bourbon bourbon
And
the page with id "bourbon" has part "main.md" with content:
This is a post about *bourbon*.
It includes a mardown part:
{{part1.md | markdown}}
And another markdown part with no explicit formatter:
{{part2.md}}
And
the page with id "bourbon" has part "part1.md" with content "This is part 1."
And
the page with id "bourbon" has part "part2.md" with content "This is part 2."
When
I go to the path "/bourbon"
Then
I should see "This is part 1"
And
I should see "This is part 2"
Page with HTML rendered as source code
Given
the following pages:
title id
HTML Test htmltest
And
the page with id "htmltest" has part "main.md" with content:
Some HTML rendered:
{{knobcreek.html | html}}
And the same HTML as code source:
{{knobcreek.html | code(html)}}
And
the page with id "htmltest" has part "knobcreek.html" with content "<h2>So delicious</h2>"
When
I go to the path "/htmltest"
And
I should see "So delicious" within "h2"
And
I should see "<h2>So delicious</h2>" within "pre"
Page with ruby rendered as source code
Given
the following pages:
title id
Ruby Test rubytest
And
the page with id "rubytest" has part "main.md" with content:
Here is some sample Ruby code:
{{sample.rb | code(ruby)}}
And
the page with id "rubytest" has part "sample.rb" with content:
def wtf(x)
  if x < 17 && x > 5
    puts "yay, the < and > were escaped properly"
  end
end
When
I go to the path "/rubytest"
Then
I should see "def wtf" within "pre"
Then
I should see "yay, the < and > were escaped properly" within "pre"
Page with text file part
Given
the following pages:
title id
Text Test texttest
And
the page with id "texttest" has part "main.md" with content:
Here is some plain text:
{{something.txt | text}}
And
the page with id "texttest" has part "something.txt" with content "This is a text file."
When
I go to the path "/texttest"
Then
I should see "This is a text file" within "pre"
Page with image
Given
the following pages:
title id
Page with image image1
And
the page with id "image1" has part "main.md" with content:
A picture of a cat:
{{cat.jpg | image}}
And
the page with id "image1" has part "cat.jpg" with content from file "cat.jpg"
When
I go to the path "/image1"
Then
I should see the image "/image1/cat.jpg"
When
I go to the path "/image1/cat.jpg"
Then
the response should match the content of the file "cat.jpg"
And
the browser should be told to display the response as a JPEG image
When
I go to the path "/image1/cat.jpg?download=true"
Then
the response should match the content of the file "cat.jpg"
And
the browser should be told to save the response as a file
Page with file to download
Given
the following pages:
title id
Page with zip file download1
And
the page with id "download1" has part "main.md" with content:
A file to download:
{{cat.zip | download}}
And
the page with id "download1" has part "cat.zip" with content from file "cat.zip"
When
I go to the path "/download1"
Then
I should see a link to "/download1/cat.zip?download=true" with text "cat.zip"
When
I go to the path "/download1/cat.zip?download=true"
Then
the response should match the content of the file "cat.zip"
And
the browser should be told to save the response as a file

Last published over 4 years ago by pauldowman.