Save stack trace in story runner

Hi,

I am still using story-runner and have not moved over to Cucumber.
HTML files are coloured created, however I am unable to save the stack
trace when errors occur. What are others doing? Will the move to
Cucumber help me?

Aidy

On Thu, Sep 11, 2008 at 11:47 AM, aidy lewis [email protected]
wrote:

Hi,

I am still using story-runner and have not moved over to Cucumber.
HTML files are coloured created, however I am unable to save the stack
trace when errors occur. What are others doing? Will the move to
Cucumber help me?

What does “save stacktrace” mean?

Aslak

Hi Aslak,
2008/9/11 aslak hellesoy [email protected]:

When I get an exception I would like to log the trace somewhere.

Aidy

Hi Aslak,

2008/9/11 aslak hellesoy [email protected]:

When I get an exception I would like to log the trace somewhere.

Aidy

aidy lewis wrote:

Hi Aslak,

2008/9/11 aslak hellesoy [email protected]:

When I get an exception I would like to log the trace somewhere.

Aidy
Hello,

I’m using Cucumber and the HTML formatter gives me nice error traces on
failures

Example:

Error contacting Yahoo Boss web-service (Boss::BossError)
  ./steps/../../lib/boss/api.rb:60:in `search_boss'
  ./steps/../../lib/boss/api.rb:31:in `search_web'
  ./steps/web_search_steps.rb:18:in ` /I do a '(.+)' search for 

‘(.+)’/’
web_search.feature:13:in `/I do a ‘(.+)’ search for ‘(.+)’/’


Joseph W.
http://www.joesniff.co.uk

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