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EXTasy is a BDD framework bult on top of PyCukes for ExtJS interfaces

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EXTasy
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EXTasy is a Cucumber-like BDD tool for ExtJS developers. It is written in python and built on top of Pycukes.


Installation
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You can install it using Python's easy_install::

$ easy_install extasy

Or You can download source code and install using setup.py script::

$ python setup.py install



Usage
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First, make sure you have installed story_runner, pyhistorian, pycukes and extasy.
By default, if you just call ``extasy`` from your command line into some dir, it will look for a ``stories`` dir (expecting your stories files are there).
Each story file by convention ends with .story, like ``calculator.story``.

So, lets say you have the directory tree::

|-- calculator
|-- stories
|-- calculator.story


To run your stories, you can simple call::

$ extasy

Or if you can specify exactly what stories run::

$ extasy stories/calculator.story



Get in touch with the team
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If you have further questions, please contact the team:

snit-ram: http://github.com/snit-ram, http://twitter.com/snit_ram

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