Expect for .NET 1.2.0 overview
Expect for .NET 1.2.0 introduced one major change not strictly connected to code. New versioning system. Some of you probably noticed that I was looking for good versioning system. Now I found the one with clear and strictly defined rules – Semantic Versioning (http://semver.org). Below is shortcut of rules from mentioned webpage: Continue reading
Today was released Expect for .NET 1.1.38. The new release contains a few minor changes in API, some improvements for users and changes in existing implementation.
New version can be downloaded from github or nuget. Continue reading
Three days ago I released Expect for .NET 1.0.1. The release contains solved defect 14434.
The above mentioned defect is the ugly one as it impacted on API and it is not backward compatible. I decided to fix that as it was found just after release 1.0.0 so it shouldn’t impact on many users. And updated API may increase comfort of using the library.
The incompatibility lays in naming convention, the function names were in camelCase in release 1.0.0 and in version 1.0.1 it was changed to use PascalCase as it is commonly practiced in most libraries.
To fix your code after Expect for .NET upgrade it will be enough to update function names. All functionality remains unchanged. Sorry for inconvenience.
In post where Expect.NET library was introduced was included short example how to use the library. With this post I’d like to start some post series describing the library in more detailed way. I will start with description of expect timeout handling. Continue reading