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SpecFlow+ LivingDoc has been updated and is now available on the Visual Studio marketplace.

The new version of LivingDoc contains the following new features and bug fixes:

  • Show builds for other branches than master (dropdown menu to select branch)
  • Store the selected build definition/branch per user (instead of per project as before)
  • If there is no successful build on the selected definition/branch yet, we show a message
  • “Queue build” button uses the selected branch, latest commit and current build definition version

Furthermore in the next hours every collection administrator will receive an e-mail with a notification. Because of the changes in this update, LivingDoc needs additional permissions to access your project/repository.

Your notification will look similar to this one.

You will be unable to use the new features until you grant the required permission to LivingDoc!

SpecFlow+ LivingDoc has been updated to 0.2.6 and is now available on the Visual Studio marketplace.

New features and UI Improvements

  • When searching, nodes in the tree are only displayed if they contain the search term directly, or if a child node contains the search term. Nodes with no hits are now hidden.
  • Indirect matches are now more visible in the tree
  • The last successful build and its date are displayed when viewing the documentation. If a build has failed since the last successful build, or a build is currently in progress, this information is also displayed.
  • ISO format is used for the date of builds

Bug Fixes

  • Fixed strange search results when doing a full search for ‘0’ (zero)
  • Fixed issue with the currently selected node being displayed in the tree even if it does not match the search criteria
  • Fixed a latency issue resulting in missing build info