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Make sure and check a directory does not exist

To setup a working environment, you may want to make sure, that a
directory does not exist or if you ran your command of a directory
was deleted.

Background
Given
I use a fixture named "cli-app"
Scenarios
Delete existing directory
Given
a file named "features/non-existence.feature" with:
Feature: Non-Existence
  Background:
    Given a directory named "example.d" does not exist

  Scenario: Non-Existence #1
    Then the directory "example.d" should not exist

  Scenario: Non-Existence #2
    Then the directory "example.d" should not exist

  Scenario: Non-Existence #3
    Then the directory "example.d" should not exist
When
I run cucumber
Then
the features should all pass
Check if a directory does not exists
Given
a file named "features/non-existence.feature" with:
Feature: Non-Existence
  Background:
    Given a directory named "example.d" does not exist

  Scenario: Non-Existence #1
    Then the directory "example.d" should not exist

  Scenario: Non-Existence #2
    Then the directory named "example.d" should not exist

  Scenario: Non-Existence #3
    Then a directory named "example.d" should not exist

  Scenario: Non-Existence #4
    Then a directory named "example.d" should not exist anymore

  Scenario: Non-Existence #5
    Then the directory named "example.d" should not exist anymore

  Scenario: Non-Existence #6
    Then the directory "example.d" should not exist anymore
When
I run cucumber
Then
the features should all pass
Check for absence of a subset of directories
Given
a file named "features/non-existence.feature" with:
Feature: Non-Existence
  Scenario: Non-Existence
    Given the directory "lorem/ipsum/dolor" does not exist
    And the directory "lorem/ipsum/amet" does not exist
    Then the following directories should not exist:
      | lorem/ipsum/dolor |
      | lorem/ipsum/amet  |
When
I run cucumber
Then
the features should all pass

Last published about 3 years ago by philoserf.