- JDK 6+ / .NET framework / Ruby 2.0+ is installed
- Gauge is installed.
- Install the language runner
$ gauge --install java
$ gauge --install csharp
$ gauge --install ruby
One can use IDEs to create the projects and run specifications, for this example, we are using the command line options.
$ gauge --init java
$ gauge --init csharp
$ gauge --init ruby
On getting the message of
Successfully initialized the project, one should be able to run the specifications.
The details of the run are displayed on the command line followed by a statistics summary.
The console report would give you the details of the run
Specifications: (w) executed (x) passed (y) failed (z) skipped Scenarios: (a) executed (b) passed (c) failed (d) skipped
The statistics of the scenarios indicate
- (a) is the total number of scenarios executed.
- (b) is the total number of scenarios passed.
- (c) is the total number of scenarios failed.
- (d) is the total number of scenarios skipped.
The statistics of the specifications indicate
- (w) is the total number specifications executed.
- (x) is the total number specifications with all scenarios passed.
- (y) is the total number specifications with atleast one scenario failed.
- (z) is the total number specifications with all scenarios skipped.
Other formats of reporting are available.