Aruba alternatives and similar gems
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8.9 6.8 L5 Aruba VS shoulda-matchersSimple one-liner tests for common Rails functionality
6.9 0.0 L5 Aruba VS SporkA DRb server for testing frameworks (RSpec / Cucumber currently) that forks before each run to ensure a clean testing state.
3.4 7.5 L4 Aruba VS RRRR is a test double framework that features a rich selection of double techniques and a terse syntax. ⛺
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As a user getting started with Aruba
Our most current documentation to get started with Aruba as a user can be found in ./features/.
As a user getting started with a ruby testing framework
If you're new to the Cucumber ecosystem, it's worth to visit the project's documentation site. This also includes information about how to write feature files in Gherkin.
If you want to use Aruba with RSpec and you need some information about how to use RSpec, please visit their website.
The documentation for minitest can be found here.
As a developer getting started with Aruba
A full documentation of the API for developers can be found on RubyDoc.
For support, please have a look at the support website
of Cucumber. You have different options to reach out for help: Recommended for
Aruba are using the Slack channels — e.g.
— (register account)
Concrete issues can be reported via the Issues page on GitHub.
Currently, this gem is mainly maintained by this group of people:
We try to comply with Semantic Versioning 2.0.0.
Supported Ruby versions
Aruba is supported on Ruby 2.5 and up, and tested against CRuby 2.5, 2.6 and 2.7, and JRuby 9.2.
Supported operating systems
Aruba is fully tested in CI on Linux and MacOS. On Windows, only RSpec tests are run, so YMMV. Full Windows support is a work in progress.
Please see the [CONTRIBUTING](CONTRIBUTING.md) file.
Development takes place in the
main branch and currently targets the 2.x
releases. If necessary, maintenance of the old 1.1.x releases will take place
1-1-stable branch, and of 0.14.x releases in the
Stable branches will not be created until absolutely necessary.
See the file [LICENSE](LICENSE).
*Note that all licence references and agreements mentioned in the Aruba README section above are relevant to that project's source code only.