Could someone help me resolve this conflict:
Then the selected item should have a <label> tag with "Foo:"
Multiple step definitions match “the selected item should have a
tag with “Foo:””: (Cucumber::Multiple)
(selected|first|second|last) item should have a <(.)> tag with
features/step_definitions/browser_steps.rb:117:in `/^the (.) should
have a <(.)> tag with “(.*)”/’
Perhaps tell it to ignore any matches with " item" in it, but dont
Are the steps doing anything different? I mean it seems like selected|
first|second are part of .* so you can put that specific logic in the
step I would thing and have one step to handle them all
Or then just change slightly your sentence so they don t overlap
On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 11:59 PM, Jonathan L.
[email protected] wrote:
Perhaps tell it to ignore any matches with " item" in it, but dont know how
It’s called a zero-width negative lookahead, and it looks like this:
/^the (?!\w+ item)(.) should have a <(.)> tag with “(.*)”/
I didn’t test this to be sure, but I believe it should work. But
rephrasing your steps so that one isn’t a special case of the other
would probably be better. Or just having one step that contains the
logic from both.
Steve E. ([email protected])
ESCAPE POD - The Science Fiction Podcast Magazine
Thanks that worked.
Normally I would combine them into one step, but this case, one is in
a general reusable steps file, and the other is specific to a
feature. I thought the word “item” would be sufficient to distinguish