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Jan
@janschaefer
hello world
Michael Koriath
@protoswype
Hey guys,
I'm using jGiven with jgiven-maven-plugin. It works great!
I was just wondering if I can somehow specify where the reports are being generated (eg. in the maven configuration xml). Doc says "Given tries to autodetect when it is executed by the Maven surefire plugin and in that case generates the reports into target/jgiven-reports/json". Can I change this?
Mario
@nnar1o
Hi, when do you guys plan to release a new version of jgiven?
Thomas H.
@digital-h_gitlab
Hi - first of all thanks a lot for creating this library! It looks really good and fits exactly into my requirements.
Only thing I´m wondering is if it also works with Kotlin? As far as I could see you proposed it as "plain Java" solution - but did you already try to use it also with Kotlin?
Especially because when() is already reserved in Kotlin
Simon Zambrovski
@zambrovski
Hi.
Look here: TNG/JGiven#350
You can create an alias whenever() as an extension function and use it instead of when, it use ‘when‘
In addition, you need to say your Kotlin Compiler plugin to use all-open compiler plugin and e.g. mark all @JGiven annotated classes as open (alternatively mark all Stage functions as open with the corresponding keyword open)...
Simon Zambrovski
@zambrovski
To shortcut all this, we published a library for this: https://github.com/toolisticon/jgiven-addons
And eventually, Kotlin will get supported in the first place, see TNG/JGiven#407
Thomas H.
@digital-h_gitlab
Thanks Simon for the quick reply. This sounds good and I will have a look.
what are your plans in migrating to JUnit 5? I saw there were some experiments, but are you going to completely support it?
Javier Salinas
@jsalinaspolo
I did not know was a gitter
Javier Salinas
@jsalinaspolo
Can anyone look at the release candidate issue with transient dependencies ?
TNG/JGiven#441
Javier Salinas
@jsalinaspolo
Thanks @janschaefer for fixing it
Simon Zambrovski
@zambrovski

Hi guys, I'm trying to implement a table formatting for a Map. I managed to create a DataTable, but it seems that the StepFormatter still renders not the table but the simple toString representation. By doing so, I created an own annotation that is annotated with @Table, a custom TableFormatter and a RowFormatter that maps the key/value tzo the columns... Can anyone help me on that?

holunda-io/camunda-bpm-jgiven@40cf807

Kristof
@l-1squared
Hi guys,
I am just taking over the project from @janschaefer and we have agreed to push for the release of Version 1.0.0. Since there have been a couple of updates to the project since RC4 we would start by releasing RC5. Can you think of any feature or issue resolution that you feel would be absolutely necessary to be included in the next RC?
Kristof
@l-1squared
Hi,
we have released v1.0.0-RC7 today. Among other things, it contains richards-stowes FillerWord feature and an important Bugfix for the spring-junit5 module. The full list of changes can be found here