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Hi there, i have some issue whit Behat on Lumen 5.2
this is my post on StackOverflow so if somebody can leave a comment i would be thankfull
Hi ! I am new to Behat, trying to understand if Behat can be used to write evil stories (https://www.owasp.org/index.php/Agile_Software_Development:_Don%27t_Forget_EVIL_User_Stories) .... has anyone seen this being used to perform security testing ?
Also are there any lessons learned/gotchas you can share as part of getting Behat setup within the SDLC of your organization ? any resource would be helpful. Thanks in advance!
I am not sure what you meant by "if someone develops a context" , if I understand correctly - with Behat, looks like that the functions need to annotated with the patterns ( @when etc..)... so is it fair to say that before I can start using behat, I need to manually annotate the existing functions in my code base which I tend to use as part of my scenario ?
Behat uses php-doc annotations to bind patterns to FeatureContext methods:
behat -- lang de, then I still get
Expected Feature, but got text: "Funktionalität [..]
Hi! Could you please help me to fix issue with behat.yml?
- FeatureContext pamOS: contexts: - WebContext: defaultUrl: https://https://stackoverflow.com host: http://localhost:4444/wd/hub
Project structure is features>bootstrap>FeatureContext+WebContext (2 files at the same level)
behat.yml is located at the root directory
When I lauch behat - error appeared: In UninitializedContextEnvironment.php line 44:
FeatureContext context class not found and can not be used.
I'm a newbie and have no idea how to fix it.