As announced here, we need to update the SpecFlow Visual Studio extension (VSIX) for SpecFlow 3. The updates mean the new extension will not be compatible with older versions of SpecFlow ( <2.3.2). We plan to update the SpecFlow Visual Studio extension with the SpecFlow 3-compatible version when SpecFlow 3 is officially released. Note that […]
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The first public preview of SpecFlow with support for .NET Core is now available. If you want to try out the new version, please read the following information carefully. There are a number of steps that are necessary before you can use the public preview. Please report any issues you experience here. IMPORTANT! If you […]
The upcoming SpecFlow 3 release will require an update to the Visual Studio extension for SpecFlow. Because the extension is normally updated automatically whenever a new version is released, this change has the potential to affect all users, not just those that upgrade to version 3! Please read the following information in detail. What will […]
Hacktoberfest is an annual event lasting from 1-31 October, aimed at encouraging contributions to open source projects. Hacktoberfest is open to everyone, from seasoned contributors to first-time contributors. During Hacktoberfest, pull requests you contribute to open source projects are counted. The first 50,000 contributors to reach 5 PRs will receive a T-shirt as a thank […]
SpecFlow+ LivingDoc 0.2.2 has been released and is available on the Visual Studio marketplace. This version includes a number of QOL improvements for managing builds: New features You can now select a project language in the build task itself. The previous fallback was to use English as the language of the feature files. This would […]
We are pleased to announce that Xray, a test management solution for JIRA, now supports SpecFlow+ Runner. Many software development teams work with JIRA, but integrating SpecFlow with JIRA can be challenging. Xray helps out by allowing you to manage tests in JIRA, generate the corresponding feature files, and import your test results so they […]
We will remove support for Visual Studio 2013 with the upcoming release of SpecFlow 3 (due to be released soon). Downloads for the Visual Studio extension account for only a fraction of 1% of all downloads (a ratio of roughly 400:1), so we want to invest our time and resources elsewhere. For this reason, we […]
SpecFlow+ Runner 1.8 has been released and is available for download from NuGet. The main changes in this version are: Support for SpecFlow 2.4 Change to the behaviour of the test adapter for compatibility with Visual Studio 15.8 This version also includes a number of smaller bug fixes.
SpecFlow 2.4 has been released and is now available for download from NuGet. This is likely to be the last release of SpecFlow before we release SpecFlow 3. SpecFlow 2.4 includes a number of new features: Added ability to convert type to same type or one of the base types #1110 Added support for customization […]