gauge run

Run specs

Synopsis

Run specs.

gauge run [flags] [args]

Examples

  gauge run specs/
  gauge run --tags "login" -s -p specs/

Options

  -e, --env string             Specifies the environment to use (default "default")
      --fail-safe              Force return 0 exit code, even in case of failures.
  -f, --failed                 Run only the scenarios failed in previous run.
                               This cannot be used in conjunction with any
                               other argument
  -g, --group int              Specify which group of specification to execute
                               based on -n flag (default -1)
  -h, --help                   help for run
      --hide-suggestion        Prints a step implementation stub for
                               every unimplemented step
  -i, --install-plugins        Install All Missing Plugins (default true)
  -n, --n int                  Specify number of parallel execution
                               streams (default 8)
  -p, --parallel               Execute specs in parallel
      --repeat                 Repeat last run. This cannot be used in
                               conjunction with any other argument
      --scenario stringArray   Set scenarios for running specs with scenario name
      --simple-console         Removes colouring and simplifies the console output
  -s, --sort                   Run specs in Alphabetical Order
      --strategy eager         Set the parallelization strategy for
                               execution. Possible options are: eager,
                               `lazy` (default "lazy")
  -r, --table-rows string      Executes the specs and scenarios only for the
                               selected rows. It can be specified by range as 2-4 or
                               as list 2,4
  -t, --tags string            Executes the specs and scenarios tagged with
                               given tags
  -v, --verbose                Enable step level reporting on console, default
                               being scenario level

Options inherited from parent commands

  -d, --dir string         Set the working directory for the current
                           command, accepts a path relative to current
                           directory (default ".")
  -l, --log-level string   Set level of logging to debug, info, warning, error
                           or critical (default "info")
  -m, --machine-readable   Prints output in JSON format

SEE ALSO

Complete documentation is available here.