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Importing your Python modules into Ruby

Sunday, January 8th, 2012

I am considering using Cucumber for testing a project we have in Python. Since Cucumber uses Ruby for doing the actual work, the question is how to bridge with Python. There are, of course, several options, like calling the Python code as a shell script from Ruby. Or maybe XML-RPC? To me, however, the most [...]

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Testing old web pages with new tools

Monday, December 5th, 2011

Recently I discovered a great tool for doing acceptance and unit tests of the web interfaces named Capybara. It works nicely as a back-end to Cucumber / Gherkin, but it is possible, if need be, to be used stand-alone. My goal was to validate an old page we’d created using ASPX.Net  One thing, though, some [...]

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