Cucumber is a tool for doing Behaviour Driven Development using a "business-readable domain-specific language". I first met Cucumber when I was learning Ruby on Rails, and I was instantly hooked. However, it was the concept of Living Documentation promoted by Relish that got me sold. If you haven't tried Cucumber or Relish yet, I suggest you visit their website and see what's all the fuzz about. Warning: it may forever change how you do web development.
Soon enough I ran into this bug, and after doing some debugging I found out the issue was coming from the Gherkin parser (Gherkin is the language Cucumber uses under the hood to convert files from a business-readable format into working tests).
Gherkin version 2.6.11 was released today, and to my surprise I was credited for contributing with my little bug fix. I couldn't be happier to contribute to such a great project.