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README.md

SpecFlow - Cucumber for .NET

SpecFlow is a pragmatic BDD solution for .NET. It uses the Gherkin specification language and integrates to Visual Studio. It provides efficient testing solution for the .NET-related platforms, like .NET, Mono, Silverlight or Windows Phone 7.

For questions please send them to the Discussion group.

For issues/bugs please use the issue tracker on GitHub

Xamarin Studio

This respostory is maintained to enable Xamarin Studio users to install an addin, the Xamarin Studio addin is based upon the monodevelop addin orignially created by TechTalk.

Download Addin for Xamarin Studio 6

You can download the addin here https://github.com/mikeyjones/SpecFlow/releases/download/v1.9.2/TechTalk.SpecFlow.TechTalk.SpecFlow_1.9.1.0.mpack

Download Addin Xamarin Studio 5

You can download the addin here https://github.com/mikeyjones/SpecFlow/releases/download/v1.9.0.1/MonoDevelop.TechTalk.SpecFlow_1.9.0.1.mpack

Installation for Xamarin Studio

To install, goto Xamarin Studio/Addi-ins.. click the button on the far left saying "Install from file..." and select the mpack file from your hard drive. The addin will install and you can now run and creat specflow tests

Build status

Continious integration: Build status

Contributing

Developer Gitter chat: Join the chat at https://gitter.im/gasparnagy/specflow-dev

The main development happens on the master branch.

If you are interested in contributing, there are some useful information on this page: Contributing.

Copyright

Copyright (c) TechTalk. See LICENSE for details.