Assembling Gherkin ASTs to feature file string

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The objectToAST API method converts the given Gherkin object into GherkinDocument object. A complete sample Gherkin object can be found here: Complete Gherkin object. Params: {Object} documet - a single Gherkin object Returns: {GherkinDocument}

format(document, options)

The format API method formats the given Gherkin Document(s) to string (which could be written out to feature file(s)). Params:
{GherkinDocument|Array<GherkinDocument>} document - a single or multiple Gherkin Documents given in it's AST model. {FormatConfig} options - options to set attributes of formatting. Returns: {string|Array<string>} ```javascript 'use strict'; const fs = require('fs'); const assembler = require('gherkin-assembler'); const document = assembler.objectToAST(require('./login.ast.json')); fs.writeFileSync('./login.feature', assembler.format(document), 'utf8'); ```


By passing an FormatConfig object to format method (or other Ast type methods where it's applicable) it can be set, how feature file text is rendered. | Option | Description | Default | |:-------|:------------|:--------| | oneTagPerLine | Should tags rendered separately, one by line? | false, i.e. all tag of a scenario, feature, etc will be rendered in the same line | | separateStepGroups | Should step groups (when-then) be separated? | false | | compact | Should empty lines be skipped, removed from the result? | false, i.e. there will be empty lines in appropriate places | | lineBreak | The line break character(s). | \n, i.e. it uses Unix line break, to set Windows style, set \r\n | | indentation | The indentation character(s). | ' ', i.e. it uses two space character to add indentation where it's appropriate |

Parsing feature files to Gherkin object

Although this package does not contain method to parse feature file to Gherkin object, you can use the gherkin
subpackage of CucumberJS. ```javascript 'use strict'; const fs = require('fs'); const {Parser} = require('gherkin'); const parser = new Parser(); const document = parser.parse(fs.readFileSync('./login.feature')); // use objectToAST and format to write it to file again ```