StepGroup?

Hi,
I have a need for the StepGroup feature in stories but not clear
what’s the current api. Could you provide an example?

In my case I have several scenarios which vary in the Givens, but not
the results. Ideally I’m hoping to achieve something like: (but
anything will do for now :slight_smile:

Scenario: one
Given something
When he does foo
Then good things should happen

Scenario: two
Given something different
When he does foo
Group Of good things should happen

Group: good things should happen
Then good thing one
And good thing two
And good thing three

Sorry, I guess stepgroup is the steps_for framework, and not what I’m
asking about.
Is there a way to hierarchically combine steps under a single step to
achieve?

On Dec 22, 2007 1:51 AM, Jonathan L. [email protected] wrote:

When he does foo
And good thing two
And good thing three

There is “Given Scenario”, but that only lets you call up scenarios
defined earlier in the same story. So you could use that but the
semantics don’t seem right for what you’re wanting - which seems to be
a collection of verifications that should be the same for different
pretexts, as opposed to a collection of givens that diverge at some
point.

Regardless - take a look at examples/stories/game-of-life. It uses
Given Scenario as intended.

On Dec 22, 2007, at 9:46 PM, David C. wrote:

Scenario: one
Group: good things should happen

Regardless - take a look at examples/stories/game-of-life. It uses
Given Scenario as intended.

Thanks.
That might be feasible if there were a way to tell a scenario not to
run unless its called from GivenScenario
How about something like “Scenario Segment” and a corresponding
“Follow Scenario” ?

On Dec 23, 2007 2:15 AM, Jonathan L. [email protected]
wrote:

In my case I have several scenarios which vary in the Givens, but not
When he does foo
semantics don’t seem right for what you’re wanting - which seems to be
How about something like “Scenario Segment” and a corresponding
“Follow Scenario” ?

Please submit a ticket for this: http://rspec.lighthouseapp.com/.
Can’t say whether or not we’ll do it, but if you want this to get
on/stay on the radar, that’s your best bet.

Thanks,
David

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