Parse Gherkin Files
These tools give programatic access to feature files as well as api access to GUS. The main purpose is to enable a synchronized workflow between GUS and RubyMine so that QE can work closer with Product Managers on the test plan and generate test spec earlier in the development process, which then yeilds to BDD and TDD.
To install these tools you need to have python 2.7 installed on your machine (not tested yet with 3.0, so stick to 2.7).
Once installed, you’ll need to install pip to download and deploy the package. I don’t really recommend just running the setup.py script with install as a parameter as it doesn’t deploy the scripts properly.
To install pip, you should be able to do it with
` sudo easy_install pip `
After pip is installed, you need to install the gherkin_tools package
` sudo pip install gherkin_tools `
The gherkin tools package has a setup script (For Mac only at the moment) that will add the necessary integration to RubyMine
` gherkin_tools_setup.py `
This script gives a blank output when successful, so no news is good news at this point. Just restart RubyMine and you will find a new ‘GUS’ menu in your context menu.
What can you do with this?
- Generate Gherkin formatted feature files from properly structured user stories
- Synchronize annotated feature files with GUS.
- Parse a cucumber log (the-test-log-server) and upload results into GUS
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