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Gherkin Syntax Highlighting Edited

Since we started using Cucumber for various projects, we felt the need for a nice representation of Gherkin code within Confluence.

So I created a custom gherkin brush file based on the SyntaxHighlighter manual and added it to the Code Macro:

SyntaxHighlighter.brushes.Custom = function()
  {
    this.regexList = [
      { regex: SyntaxHighlighter.regexLib.singleLinePerlComments,    css: 'comments' },        // #comments
      { regex: /(['\"]{3})([^\1])*?\1/gm,                         css: 'string' },        // multi-line strings like in python with """
      { regex: SyntaxHighlighter.regexLib.doubleQuotedString,        css: 'string' },        // strings
      { regex: SyntaxHighlighter.regexLib.singleQuotedString,        css: 'string' },        // strings
      { regex: /@.*$/gmi,                                            css: 'color1' },        // @tags
      { regex: /^\s*(But |And |Then |When |Given |Scenarios|Examples|Scenario Template|Scenario Outline|Scenario|Background|Feature)/gmi,    css: 'keyword'  } // english
    ];
  };
SyntaxHighlighter.brushes.Custom.aliases  = ['gherkin'];

SyntaxHighlighter.brushes.Custom.prototype = new SyntaxHighlighter.Highlighter();

It currently looks ok but I wonder if someone from the community uses a similar/ better solution for that.

Feel free to use this, btw: gist

1 comment

I found this one to be better can't remember where I found it

/**
* Author: Michael Hall
* URL: http://www.bankofcanada.ca/
* License: GPL-2 | GPL-3
*/
SyntaxHighlighter.brushes.Gherkin = function()
{
/**
* Filters out the delimiters and values out of tables.
* @param match: the contents of the matching text
* @param regexInfo: regular expression info
* @returns: list of SyntaxHighlighter.Match objects
*/
function processTable(match, regexInfo){
return [
new SyntaxHighlighter.Match('|',match.index,'keyword'),
new SyntaxHighlighter.Match(match[0].substr(1),match.index+1,'value')
];
}

var keywords = 'Given When And Then Feature Scenario Outline Template Background But Examples';
this.regexList = [
{ regex: SyntaxHighlighter.regexLib.singleLinePerlComments, css: 'comments' }, // comments using #
{ regex: SyntaxHighlighter.regexLib.doubleQuotedString, css: 'string' }, // "string"
{ regex: /"""[^"]*"""/gm, css: 'string' }, // multiline string (""" ..... """)
{ regex: /\b([\d]+(\.[\d]+)?|0x[a-f0-9]+)\b/gi, css: 'value' }, // numbers
{ regex: new RegExp(this.getKeywords(keywords), 'gmi'), css: 'keyword' }, // keywords
{ regex: /@[^@\r\n\t ]+/gi, css: 'preprocessor' }, //annotations
{ regex: /\|.*?(?=\|)/g, func: processTable }, //Tables
{ regex: /\|/g, css: 'keyword' }, //Excess table delimiters
{ regex: /(&lt;|<).*?(&gt;|>)/gi, css: 'value' } //values from tables
];
};
SyntaxHighlighter.brushes.Gherkin.prototype = new SyntaxHighlighter.Highlighter();
SyntaxHighlighter.brushes.Gherkin.aliases = ['gherkin', 'behat'];
Like Nos Him likes this

You're right @Ben Erridge, this one looks even better. I've updated the gist.

Thank you!

Like # people like this

Hi @Andreas ,

Since you extensively use Cucumber you may want to consider AssertThat BDD & Test Management in Jira plugin which provides end-t-end BDD/cucumber solution. From interactive gherkin editor to test automation frameworks integration and uploading cucumber reports back to Jira. 

More information can be found on the website and wiki.

Regards,

Glib

Like nick Iles likes this

Thanks for the interesting suggestion, @Glib Briia .

We're running JIRA on premises though and are currently not looking for additional tools in that technology stack.

How to implement this JS in Jira ?

Like Sergey Izhboldin likes this

Prism does support Gherkin for JIRA, @Nos Him.

Like # people like this

@Andreas according to their documents it does https://prismjs.com/#languages-list

 

But on applying it with:

{code:gherkin}.. {code}

 

I get 

Unable to find source-code formatter for language: gherkin. Available languages are: actionscript, ada, applescript, bash, c, c#, c++, cpp, css, erlang, go, groovy, haskell, html, java, javascript, js, json, lua, none, nyan, objc, perl, php, python, r, rainbow, ruby, scala, sh, sql, swift, visualbasic, xml, yaml

 

Which is only a fraction of the claimed supported formats.

Sorry - my bad, the Prism plugin was not properly installed. I was just getting regular Jira code macro functionality.

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