I pushed out a new release of
cucumber-nagios last night. Things of note:
- It's now project focused. Use
cucumber-nagios-gento generate a project. The project provides infrastructure for freezing in dependencies, so you can zip up the project directory and migrate it between machines easily.
- It's released as a gem. You can install it with a plain old
gem install cucumber-nagios. This will install everything you need to set up a project.
To get up and running with
cucumber-nagios, this is what you need to do:
When you generate a project, it also spits out a
.gitignore, so there’s no excuse not to be using version control!
All the previous documentation about writing and testing features still applies. I’m planning on adding support for generating features with
cucumber-nagios-gen in the next release.
The code and documentation can now be found on GitHub. Launchpad was giving me no love.