Machine.Specifications 0.6.2 released


While we are constantly pushing forward the development of Machine.Specifications it can happen that regression occurs especially in the area of the resharper provider and runner. Unfortunately we don’t have integration tests in that area. Apart from the 0.6.0 build we broke the capability of having internal specs or private nested specs. This issue is now addressed and a new release under 0.6.2 is available on nuget. Check it out and provide feedback. So the this release contains the two...

Machine.Specifications 0.6.1 released


Unfortunately while migrating a lot of existing stuff around the nuget packaging scripts I accidentally broke the nuspec file. I’m really sorry for that! So here is the newest release 0.6.1 which addresses the nuget related issues. Happy coding! The latest release contains the following changes: Nuget package adds proper references for .NET 4.0 and 4.5 Nuget package excludes sources I’m planning advance more and more to version 1.0.0. Along the way I will be dropping support for old...

Machine.Specifications 0.6.0 released


I’m proud to announce the next release of Machine.Specifications. The release contains the version 0.6.0 and is the beginning of a new era. I’ve been in contact with the amazing Alexander GroƟ for more than a year now. I had the chance to meet him when he was willing to come to Switzerland to visit the .NET Usergroup Central Switzerland. Before I met him I was using Machine.Specifications in several projects and I really like the lightweight approach for acceptance test driven...

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