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You can sort your files and directories by adding a .nav
YAML file in the features directory of your project.

You can also customize the title of a file or directory by
wrapping the text in parenthesis.

Background
Given
I have authenticated my user account via the console
And
I am a publisher
And
I have a project named "rspec-core"
Scenarios
Sort files and directories
Given
a file named "features/stub.feature" with:
Feature: Stub
And
a file named "features/mock.feature" with:
Feature: Mock
And
a file named "features/filter.feature" with:
Feature: Filter
And
a file named "features/matchers/match.feature" with:
Feature: Match
And
a file named "features/matchers/satisfy.feature" with:
Feature: Satisfy
And
a file named "features/example_groups/describe.feature" with:
Feature: Describe
And
a file named "features/config.feature" with:
Feature: Config
And
a file named "features/let.feature" with:
Feature: Let
And
a file named "features/upgrade.markdown" with:
This is markdown.
And
a file named "features/.nav" with:
- mock.feature (Mocking)
- filter.feature
- stub.feature
- matchers:
  - satisfy.feature
  - match.feature
- upgrade.markdown
- config.feature
- example_groups (Describe and Context):
  - describe.feature
When
I successfully run relish push rspec-core
And
I wait until all the jobs have run
And
I go to rspec-core's project page
Then
I should see the topics listed in the following order in the left nav:
mocking
filter
stub
matchers
upgrade
config
describe and context
let

Last published over 3 years ago by mattwynne.