Aubergine (BDD for .net) v0.06 : support for parameter tables in given/when/then

Ok, we keep on going; now we support parameter tables for given/when/then, which are parsed as array members.

I am now getting very close to full cucumber-like support !!! Oh, I forgot to mention that the “And” keyword is also supported now !!

An example of the new syntax:


Context    Be.Corebvba.Aubergine.Examples.Website.Contexts.BrowserContext
ContextDLL Be.Corebvba.Aubergine.Examples.DLL

Story Make sure my website gets enough visibility
    As a website owner
    I want to make sure that I get enough visibility
    So that I can get enough traffic

    Scenario Search results for ‘keywords’ on searchengine should contain ‘www.corebvba.be’
        Given the current url is ‘search url’
        When searching for ‘keywords’
        Then the result should contain ‘www.corebvba.be’
        Example
        +————–+——————————–+——————+
        | searchengine | search url                     | keywords         |
        +————–+——————————–+——————+
        | google       | http://www.google.be/search?q= | BDD .Net         |
        | bing         | http://www.bing.com/search?q=  | core bvba tom    |
        | bing         | http://www.bing.com/search?q=  | Quantum physics  |
        | faulty link  | http://www.googleaaa           | core bvba tom    |
        +————–+——————————–+——————+


    Scenario Search results on google for keywords should contain ‘www.corebvba.be’
        Given the current url is http://www.google.be/search?q='
        When searching for the following keywords
            +———–+
            | keywords  |
            +———–+
            | Aubergine |
            | BDD       |
            +———–+
        Then the result should contain ‘www.corebvba.be’ and the following markup elements
            +——————+
            | type | inner     |
            +——————+
            | em   | BDD       |
            | em   | Aubergine |
            +——————+

And the context :


    public class BrowserContext
    {
        public string Url { get; set; }
        public string Result { get; set; }

        private WebClient wc = new WebClient();
           
        [DSL(“the current url is ‘(?<url>.)‘”)]
        void SetUrl(string url)
        {
            Url = url;
        }

        [DSL(“searching for ‘(?<keywords>.
)‘”)]
        void SearchForKeyWords(string keywords)
        {
            Result = wc.DownloadString(Url + HttpUtility.UrlEncode(keywords));
        }

        [DSL(“searching for the following keywords”)]
        void SearchForKeyWords(string[] keywords)
        {
            Result = wc.DownloadString(Url + HttpUtility.UrlEncode(string.Join(” “,keywords)));
        }


        [DSL(“the result should contain ‘(?<myurl>.*)‘”)]
        bool ResultShouldContain(string myurl)
        {
            return (Result??””).Contains(myurl);
        }

        [DSL(“the result should contain ‘(?<avalue>.+)’ and the following markup elements”)]
        bool ResultShouldContain(string avalue,string[] type,string[]inner)
        {
            if (string.IsNullOrEmpty(Result) ||type.Length==0)
                return false;
            if (!Result.Contains(avalue)) return false;
            for (var i = 0;i < type.Length ; i++)
            {
                var searchstring = string.Format(“<{0}>{1}</{0}>”, type[i], inner[i]);
                if (!Result.Contains(searchstring))
                    return false;
            }
            return true;
        }
    }

It looks a bit messy, but thats because it is a stupid example. A good example would be loading a repository with some products.

Download it here !!

Auberginev0.06.zip (41,70 kb)

Enjoy !!

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