Friday October 9th

Thursday October 8th

Good bye NUnit.Behave hello Behave#

Most of you who read my blog know that I have been working on NUnit.Behave which was meant to mirror the functionality of rbehave in .Net. My initial spike was a success but it required that you inherit from an base NUnit Test Fixture. Even I wouldn't use it! So I spent some time decoupling it from NUnit into it's own framework. At the same time my idea caught on and Jimmy Bogard decided to do the same thing. Well to make a long story short we have been collaborating on the differences between our two frameworks over the last week and have decided to go with Behave#. I love OSS, where else could this be possible!


I'm sure a brief summary of what it does would have been more informative than the history.

Exactly. I haven't the slightest idea what on Earth this Behave# is.

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