Rails 2 apps:
script/plugin install firstname.lastname@example.org:21croissants/courgette.git
Rails 3 apps:rails plugin install email@example.com:21croissants/courgette.git And browse to:
There are no dependencies to install in order to use the plugin.
This plugin has been tested with ruby 1.8.7 and Rails 2.3.8
install.rb script takes care of adding a symlink to assets. However, if something went wrong, you could do a manual setup by creating a symlink to courgette/public/courgette inside your application's public directory :
ln -s ../vendor/plugins/courgette/public/courgette courgette
You can contribute to the project with Git:
rake # should have no failures
I forked Jonas Nicklas original courgette and migrated the cucumber features to capybara (another awesome project
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