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README.rst

Specter

Specter is a Python testing framework inspired from RSpec and Jasmine. The library was created out of a desire to have a relatively flexible Python testing framework that adopted a more code-centric approach to BDD.

Specter is open-source and is available on GitHub. We love contributions!

Getting Started

  • Specter Documentation
  • Problems or Questions? Ask us on Freenode on the #specterframework channel

Continuous Integration

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Release Notes

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