MSpec BDD framework installer

Posted by – November 23, 2009

.NET LogoInstallation of MSpec BDD framework from source code is quite annoying. With each release you have to deploy everything manually one more time what in fact is hard to accept in 21th century. I know that work on Open Source project requires a lot of time (I have my own project called ByteCarrot) and you cannot do everything. Because of that I decided to help a little bit creators of MSpec and I have prepared an installer for this BDD framework. It is based on WiX and latest release of MSpec witch is version 0.3.

The installer is able to automatically integrate MSpec with TestDriven.NET and ReSharper (4.1, 4.5, 5.0). This is first version of the installer and of course like always there can be some bugs so please let me know if you find something.

Download installer for MSpec 0.3

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  3. Aaron Jensen says:

    This is great Marcin, would love to have it be part of the build. Would you be able to add it? Thanks!

  4. Marcin Obel says:

    I think it should be quite easy to integrate it with your build process but not during this week.

  5. Deeksy says:

    This is fantastic work. Thanks a lot.

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    I am having an issue with running Machine Specification tests using Resharper 5.0. The individual tests appear as greyed out in the Reshaper Test Runner and I am also not able to debug them using the Resharper. Although none of the tests is running but I still see the green bar as if all the tests were successfully passed. Any ideas as to how I can get this working?

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