Comparing FSpec to NSpec

NSpec is another context/specification framework that has been available for some time. I will here try to compare an example between NSpec and FSpec. This example is taken from the NSpec web site. class describe_contexts : nspec { // context methods require an underscore. For // more info see DefaultConventions.cs. void describe_Account() { // contexts […]

Introducing FSpec

Over the last couple of months, I have been woking on FSpec, a test framework for .NET, heavily inspired by RSpec. FSpec at GitHub (More comprehensive documentation found there) There already exist a couple of test frameworks for the .NET platform, taking a similar approach to testing as RSpec – I am aware of NSpec […]