Translating cucumber to rspec

How to write the following feature in rspec?

Feature: Signing in; In order to use the site as a user, I want to be able to sign in

  Scenario: Signing in via confirmation
    Given there are the following users:
      |email            |password|
      | |password|
    And "" opens the mail with subject
      "Confirmation instructions"
    And they click the first link in the email
    Then I should see "Your account was successfully confirmed"
    And I should see "Signed in as"


This looks like the feature from the first edition of Rails 3 in Action, which I'm currently re-writing into a second edition. The second edition's feature goes like this:

feature 'Signing in' do
  before do
    Factory(:user, :email => "")

  scenario 'Signing in via confirmation' do
    open_email "", :with_subject => /Confirmation/
    page.should have_content("Your account was successfully confirmed")
    page.should have_content("Signed in as")

This is using Capybara's new feature syntax, which for all intents and purposes is the same as RSpec's context blocks. By using a before you set up a user that you can use inside this feature. Inside the scenario, you use the open_email method (provided by the email_spec gem) to open the email, and the click_first_link_in_email method also provided by that gem to perform those two steps.

That then takes you to a page where you should be able to see the two messages as so desired.

Give turnip gem a try.

Turnip is a Gherkin extension for RSpec. It allows you to write tests in Gherkin and run them through your RSpec environment. Basically you can write cucumber features in RSpec.

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