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Add Before and After options to NUnit3Labels enum #1653

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ChrisMaddock opened this Issue Jun 22, 2017 · 3 comments

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ChrisMaddock commented Jun 22, 2017

When NUnit Console 3.7 is released, it will include new options for the --labels argument - Before and After. Cake's NUnit3Labels enum will also want updating, to allow people to access these.

The new options aren't currently documented yet - but what will probably become the docs is at the link below: nunit/nunit-console#186 (comment)

@ChrisMaddock ChrisMaddock changed the title from Update NUnit3Labels enum to Add Before and After options to NUnit3Labels enum Jun 22, 2017

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@devlead @gep13 @patriksvensson will take this one too, if no objections.

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phillipsj commented Oct 8, 2017

@devlead @gep13 @patriksvensson will take this one too, if no objections.

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@phillipsj @ChrisMaddock Has 3.7 been released with the new labels?

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patriksvensson commented Oct 8, 2017

@phillipsj @ChrisMaddock Has 3.7 been released with the new labels?

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Yes 😄

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ChrisMaddock commented Oct 8, 2017

Yes 😄

@gep13 gep13 added this to the v0.24.0 milestone Oct 24, 2017

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