sorry… the first point… you’re right this feature is to do with tables
too, however this feature is orthogonal to the other one, so I decided to
start a new thread … I hope that was right.
Sure, just wanted to make sure you’d seen the other thread.
(on a aside note: what would examples look like if both ideas get
implemented? I’m afraid it’ll be confusing.)
I agree that in defining the rules that define the behaviour those
situations are equivalent.
However, as the examples are the tests we need both as we need to test
both those scenarios so the testers have confidence the feature is working
in all situations.
Given I am a
And I am on the entity list screen
When I a new or expired entity
I realize the three Then steps become “double” steps, too.
Doesn’t really scale when you have more than two states…
It scales fine when the state does not matter, no “double” steps
I’m out of ideas, time for someone else to chime in
It’s being a really good experience in my current project to work so
closely with the test team. I’m getting some really good feedback.
How can I change the world if I can’t even change myself?
– Faithless, Salva Mea