[Cucumber] single feature run produces duplicate features in HTMl report

Hi,

I am running a number of features once, but for some reason, I am
getting duplicate features in the HTML report.

Has anyone else experienced this?

Cucumber --version 0.1.8

Aidy

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This was a bug that was resolved in 0.1.9 I believe. Try upgrading to
that or use edge from github.

-Ben

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This was fixed in 0.1.9 (which has been released as a gem).

http://rspec.lighthouseapp.com/projects/16211/tickets/72-html-formatter-prints-out-same-piece-of-html-twice

I suggest you update to the latest gem release if you can.

On Mon, Nov 24, 2008 at 7:01 PM, aidy lewis
[email protected]wrote:

Has anyone else experienced this?

We didn’t upgrade to 0.1.9 because of the parse error with that
version (missing 'a’s on the console).

We at moment are rolling Cucumber out to all projects within BBC
Worldwide and that is a very visible bug. But I have just seen it has
been fixed in 0.1.10 by Joe.

Can I ask when the gem is likely to be released?

You say jump I say how high. Just wait for it to rsync - you should have
the
0.1.10 gem before your breakfast tea.

Release notes:
http://github.com/aslakhellesoy/cucumber/tree/v0.1.10/History.txt

Cheers,
Aslak

Ben, Joseph,

2008/11/24 Joseph W. [email protected]:

http://rspec.lighthouseapp.com/projects/16211/tickets/72-html-formatter-prints-out-same-piece-of-html-twice

I suggest you update to the latest gem release if you can.

Thanks for the heads-up.

We didn’t upgrade to 0.1.9 because of the parse error with that
version (missing 'a’s on the console).

We at moment are rolling Cucumber out to all projects within BBC
Worldwide and that is a very visible bug. But I have just seen it has
been fixed in 0.1.10 by Joe.

Can I ask when the gem is likely to be released? If this is likely to
be some time, we will create our own.

Thanks

Aidy

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