Gherkin syntax highlighter for viewing cucumber feature files.
An chrome extension designed to help improve the readability of Cucumber .feature files written with the Gherkin DSL. The goal is to improve business and non-technical stakeholder involvement with Behavior/Test driven development. The extension will be of most use to teams who host their feature files in online repositories like GitHub that users can browse with chrome. When a .feature file is opened in chrome the extension re-formats the page to pretty print the files. Project source can be found at: https://github.com/Wrongsides/Gherkin-Viewer Big thanks to Ruslan Dyachenko for his dev work on this project.
- (2015-09-27) Jeff Nyman: This extension doesn't really support all of the Gherkin syntax. For example, on my files with a Background, the Background keyword is not highlighted. Example tables in scenario outlines can have formatting problems. Also it appears the extension does not recognize the * (asterisk) prefix for a step, which you can use in lieu of Given, When, or Then. I should note that I was only trying this with file-based feature files (as opposed to from a remote source).
- (2015-11-18, v:0.0.6) Mark Chassy: Brush file
Hello, Do you have a brush file for your view which allow me to use the syntax highlighting for Gherkin in Confluence?
- (2015-05-08, v:0.0.4) Daniel Pacak: I18N
Dear Developer, Do you plan to support syntax hightling in other languages? I'm particularly interested in Polish, but it would be nice to support Gherkin's comment `#language: pl` in general.
- (2015-03-08, v:0.0.4) Jarl Friis: Not working
It's not working for me... Seems like the JS script is not triggered