The Nbehave team is pleased to announce a new release.
- Support for .net 3.5 and 4.0
- tables & examples
- comments, start the line with a # and what follows is a comment
- languages, start the text file with #language: se
see languages.yml for supported languages (only swedish and english so far)
- testdriven.net support for running text files, thanks to Alan Gardner for patch.
- support for parameters of type array, IEnumerable<T>, ICollection<T>, IList<T>, List<T>
- run multiple text scenarios from console with /sf,
- /sf supports relative paths
- generate empty step methods by passing /codegen (or /c) to nbehave-console.exe
- You can tell NBehave-console.exe to wait for a debugger to attach before running any features, just add command line parameter /waitForDebugger
- more code examples, just unzip NBehave.Examples.zip distributed with the release
- plugin for Visual Studio 2010 to run and debug scenarios from Visual Studio
- Ability to specify length quantifiers on tokens
- fluent interface changed
- Nbehave now uses the config file of you step assembly.
And we have 2 new committers, John Rayner and Naeem Khedarun who have contributed to several new features.