April 2009 Entries

AutoTest.NET - AutoSpec for .NET

Recently I mentioned I mentioned that I wanted AutoSpec in .NET, but it looks like James Avery has already created it awhile back as AutoTest.NET. I gave the project a little automated build love using UppercuT (a super simple to use build framework. Automated builds as easy as 1 (solution name), 2 (source control path), 3 (company name)). Then I noticed the project looked like it wanted to use log4net, but hadn't really sat down and put that in yet. So I added that as well, plus a few more logging ......

AutoSpec

I was on my way home this evening when I was thinking of a test generation framework that could help me write some of the tests I always write to test construction setters, properties and null inputs to methods. Basically the tag line was going to be "AutoSpec - For those of us that are Test Driven but want to automate some of the mundane tests." Once I got home, I started to look if anything like this is out there and came across something different. I came across a Ruby product called AutoSpec. ......