The final version of SpecsFor 7 is now available via NuGet!
This version includes some additional fixes via Philip Peitsch (thanks!!)
And of course, another “Thank You!” to Catchco and Robert “Stay Off My Lawn!” Simmons for their work on Autofac support.
Excellent news. I’ve already updated my current project to v7. I got a little confused by the change of namespace for a moment (using SpecsFor; -> using SpecsFor.StructureMap;), but a global search and replace fixed everything up, and I’m back in business. SpecsFor really is the best BDD-style framework I’ve used. It doesn’t try to coerce C# into unnatural shapes, force you to use lamdas for every single line of code, or introduce classes called “It” or “Is” (not counting those used by Moq itself… it gets a pass). It just looks like code… normal, understandable code.
Thanks for the encouraging words. I’m obviously biased, but I agree. 🙂
I just realized I should have included some upgrade guidance in the release notes. Sorry about the confusion there!