Changes to Story Runner steps

Hi all,

The following only affects people who have bravely begun to experiment
with the 2 day-old plain text story runner and definable groups of
steps.

For those who fit that bill, I just committed a few changes that will
require you to make changes to your code.

The StepMatchers class is now the StepGroup class.

The step_matchers methods on PlainTextStoryRunner and StepGroup is now
just steps. So instead of defining a group like this:

old - no longer supported

matchers = StepMatchers.new do
step_matchers do |add|
add.given(…) {…}
end
end

new

steps = StepGroup.new do
steps do |add|
add.given(…) {…}
end
end

And actually, I’ve tried ‘define’ instead of ‘add’ for the block arg
and it speaks pretty nicely:

steps = StepGroup.new do
steps do |define|
define.given(…) {…}
end
end

There will be more changes coming over the next few days. Just a heads
up.

On Oct 24, 2007, at 6:07 am, David C. wrote:

The following only affects people who have bravely begun to experiment
with the 2 day-old plain text story runner and definable groups of
steps.

Ok, now I’m allowed to say that following trunk is a rollercoaster ;o)


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On Oct 24, 2007, at 6:07 am, David C. wrote:

steps = StepGroup.new do
steps do |define|
define.given(…) {…}
end
end

I’m using “interpret”, eg (without blocks)

steps = Spec::Story::StepGroup.new do |interpret|
interpret.given “an engine for dialect: $dialect”
interpret.when “user gets a connection object”
interpret.when %q|and executes the query “$query”|
interpret.then %q|user should get the result ‘$expected_result’|
end

I think that flows well too

Ashley


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On 10/24/07, Ashley M. [email protected] wrote:

On Oct 24, 2007, at 6:07 am, David C. wrote:

The following only affects people who have bravely begun to experiment
with the 2 day-old plain text story runner and definable groups of
steps.

Ok, now I’m allowed to say that following trunk is a rollercoaster ;o)

Throw your hands in the air, let out a scream, and embrace change. :slight_smile:

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