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    Reuven Y.
    @robi-y
    Hello, BDDfy Rocks! New documentation Socks :-(
    Jake Ginnivan
    @JakeGinnivan
    Not a fan of the new docs site?
    Reuven Y.
    @robi-y
    Is seems quite empty...
    Jake Ginnivan
    @JakeGinnivan
    I don't think we lost any docs in the move
    Just most of the docs are in blog posts etc.
    docs is something we need to improve. I have time off work over the next few weeks so can try and improve
    Help is welcome
    Reuven Y.
    @robi-y
    Thanks
    Michael Whelan
    @mwhelan
    hmmm, some images haven't made it over. Need to fix that.
    But yeah, I think all the old docs have been migrated
    thanks for setting up gitter for BDDfy Jake. Very useful.
    Reuven Y.
    @robi-y
    Hello all,
    I thougt of extending / configuring BDDFy to produce a living glossary (see e.g. this interesting coming book https://leanpub.com/livingdocumentation)
    a. Would be happy to hear you opinions
    b. What is the proper way? Is it "just" a custom framework? Does BDDfy has attribure extension mechanism? e.g. for adding an attribute like [Gloassary] for decorating classes representing domain entities.
    Thanks
    Michael Whelan
    @mwhelan
    Tell me more about how that would work?
    not "just" a custom framework. The customisation means it can be a lot of things you want to be
    *want it to be
    Reuven Y.
    @robi-y
    For a start, it will scan the source files, e.g., of a project containg classes annotated with gloassary attribute and produce a nice html with a glossary.
    E.g.,
    [Gloassary("Main entity for holding client details")] class Client {...
    Michael Whelan
    @mwhelan
    where would BDDfy fit in?
    Reuven Y.
    @robi-y
    First of all I though this might fit the overall TestStack goal. From implementation point of view BDDfy already has the abilities of looking for attributes and producing reports, so maybe some could be reused ??
    Michael Whelan
    @mwhelan
    BDDfy does that during a test run. What you are describing seems more of a process in its own right
    Might have some similarities to our ConventionTests project?
    But I see where you are coming from with the reporting in BDDfy
    BDDfy only finds attributes on test classes
    Thanks for the book link. I'm very interested in living documentation and meaningful ways to expand it. Seems like the author has thought pretty deeply in this area
    Liam McLennan
    @liammclennan
    Hello. Say I have mockups for user stories or scenarios, is it possible to get them to come through in the report?
    Liam McLennan
    @liammclennan
    seems not TestStack/TestStack.BDDfy#173
    Shayne van Asperen
    @shaynevanasperen
    Hello all. Please see https://github.com/TestStack/TestStack.BDDfy/issues/228#issuecomment-293100656 and https://github.com/TestStack/TestStack.BDDfy/issues/228#issuecomment-293100656. I hope you don't mind that I named my package with a prefix of TestStack.BDDfy. I'm happy to pass ownership to you if you think that would be best. I'm also happy to contribute towards any work that would make my library unnecessary (by natively supporting Xunit parallel test execution in TestStack.BDDfy).
    Mehdi Khalili
    @MehdiK
    No worries @shaynevanasperen. I recommend that naming convention to promote a community of extensions.
    Thanks for the contribution.
    Omer Raviv
    @OmerRaviv
    Hey folks, on November 21st there will be an episode of Visual Studio Toolbox with Robert Green on Channel9 where I presented "Creating High Quality Visual Studio extensions". I talked quite extensively about BDDfy (both in general and in the context of creating integration tests for VS extensions).
    I hope this will open more people's eyes to the amazing power of BDDfy :)
    Mehdi Khalili
    @MehdiK
    Nice. Thanks @OmerRaviv. Looking forward to watching it.
    Omer Raviv
    @OmerRaviv
    @MehdiK Sorry that I haven't updated this, but that video has long since been released https://channel9.msdn.com/Shows/Visual-Studio-Toolbox/Building-High-Performance-Extensions-Part-1
    Mehdi Khalili
    @MehdiK
    Nice one +1 Checking it out @OmerRaviv
    Omer Raviv
    @OmerRaviv
    @MehdiK Sweet :) Also /CC @mwhelan @JakeGinnivan whose faces are also on my slide deck :)
    Jake Ginnivan
    @JakeGinnivan
    Awesome!
    Omer Raviv
    @OmerRaviv
    @JakeGinnivan Yeah, Shouldly also got a nice plug :)
    Marius Morar
    @marius02
    Bddfy is a great framework, I think more people should use it in their applications, but I have a curiosity, what about the future of the framework, there will be new features added?new updates? The last changes in github are from 2 years ago
    Sai Lee
    @Sailee316_twitter
    Sequence contains more than one element at System.Linq.Enumerable.SingleOrDefaultTSource
    at TestStack.BDDfy.FluentScanner1.<CreateTitle>b__16_3(<>f__AnonymousType02 i)
    at System.Linq.Enumerable.SelectEnumerableIterator2.ToArray() at System.Linq.Enumerable.ToArray[TSource](IEnumerable1 source)
    at TestStack.BDDfy.FluentScanner1.<>c__DisplayClass16_0.<CreateTitle>b__0() at TestStack.BDDfy.StepTitle.ToString() at TestStack.BDDfy.Step.get_Title() at TestStack.BDDfy.Reporters.TextReporter.GetStepWithLines(Step s) at System.Linq.Enumerable.SelectEnumerableIterator2.ToList()
    at System.Linq.Enumerable.ToListTSource
    at TestStack.BDDfy.Reporters.TextReporter.Process(Story story)
    at TestStack.BDDfy.Engine.Run()
    at TestStack.BDDfy.BDDfyExtensions.BDDfy(Object testObject, String scenarioTitle, String caller)
    Hi at the end of my test run when BDDfy tries to create report I get the above error. Does anyone know why?
    Nicholas Jordaan
    @remiX-
    Sucks this project is dead :(
    Jake Ginnivan
    @JakeGinnivan
    I'd be happy to help out anyone who wanted to start maintaining. The original maintainers (including me) just don't work in .net anymore so can't maintain