Before you can start writing tests for your application, you’ll need to create or initialize a Gauge project.
Make sure you’re in the directory or folder that you want to create your tests in.
Depending on the language you’ll use for your tests, you’ll choose the appropriate Gauge project to initialize.
gauge init js # or csharp, dotnet, java, python, ruby
If you face any errors here, make sure that you have the prerequisites for your language.
After you’ve successfully created a gauge project, you’ll be able to see a sample project created in gaugetest .
Your Gauge project will come with a sample specification at
A test specification (spec) is a detailed statement of what will be tested. In Gauge, these are written in a .spec file.
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