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The Cucumber book: Which IDE is it using?

jordan volker
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Which IDE is the book using?


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Matt Wynne
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We don't specify an IDE in the book. You can follow along with a very simple text editor. In the appendix, we list out a few different free IDEs and editors that you can use depending on your operating system.

Why do you ask?


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jordan volker
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We are using Rubymine at work. So it would be nice to learn cucumber using the tools that we have now. Thanks for your reply.
Matt Wynne
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Yes, you should be able to follow along with the examples in the book using RubyMine no problem.
 
I agree. Here's the link: http://aspose.com/file-tools
 
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