Cucumber tests are grouped into features. We use this name because we want them to describe the features that a user will be able to enjoy when using our program. The first thing we need to do is make a directory where we’ll store our new program along with the features we’ll be writing for it.
$ mkdir checkout
$ cd checkout
The next thing we need is to get a couple of JARs that contain the bare minimum for running Cucumber. Create a new folder to place them in:
$ mkdir jars
Download the latest versions of the following JARs from the public Maven repository and copy them into the jars folder. This is enough for us to use Cucumber with Java.
|• cucumber-core||• cucumber-java||• cucumber-jvm-deps||• gherkin|
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