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  • v1.2.0

    September 01, 2017

    🚀 This release resolves #115, where the Variable object had unexpected behavior in cases where there were multiple threads in the same test. PR #118 simplifies the implementation such that Variable and let() values can be shared across threads just like any other pointer.

    With 1.2.0, using Spectrum with libraries such as Awaitility and Unirest is much more straightforward.

    Thanks to @mxk1235, @bjornblomqvist, and @ashleyfrieze for help on this!

    🚀 To get started using this latest release, see the quickstart walkthrough.

  • v1.1.1

    April 26, 2017

    🚀 This release includes fixes for #110 to improve the reporting in IDEs when a spec fails. See also #111, #112.

    🛠 Thanks to @ashleyfrieze for jumping in and submitting these fixes!

    🚀 To get started using this latest release, see the quickstart walkthrough.

  • v1.1.0

    March 22, 2017

    🚀 We've been working on several big new features for Spectrum over the last several months, and are proud to include them in this release. 🎉

    • 💅 Gherkin-style test DSL with given / when / then
    • 👌 Support for most JUnit 4 @Rules like MockitoJUnit and SpringJUnit
    • 🏷 Tagging/filtering tests to include/exclude a specified subset
    • The Variable<T> helper class for shared state across closures
    • context alias for describe, similar to RSpec and Ginkgo
    • 💅 RSpec-style aroundEach and aroundAll hooks for advanced users and plugin authors
    • 📚 Expanded and improved documentation
    • 🛠 Several other small improvements and bug fixes
    • Full backward-compatibility with 1.0.0

    A special thank you to @ashleyfrieze for driving many of these changes, and to @richdouglasevans and @evertones for contributing as well!

    🚀 To get started using this latest release, see the quickstart walkthrough.

  • v1.0.2

    February 28, 2017

    Spectrum is now available on Maven Central! This much-requested feature will make it even easier to start using Spectrum for your project.

    Gradle:

    testCompile 'com.greghaskins:spectrum:1.0.2'
    

    Maven:

    \<dependency\> \<groupId\>com.greghaskins\</groupId\> \<artifactId\>spectrum\</artifactId\> \<version\>1.0.2\</version\> \<scope\>test\</scope\> \</dependency\>
    

    🚀 The 1.0.2 version bump does not add or change any functionality from 1.0.0; it consists only of changes to pom.xml and deployment scripts required to get Spectrum onto Sonatype's OSSRH.

  • v1.0.0

    November 25, 2016

    🚀 This release solidifies the current behavior of Spectrum and marks a semver MAJOR milestone. Future versions in the 1.x branch are guaranteed to be backwards-compatible to this point.

    🚀 Binary and source releases for Spectrum are available on JCenter. See the getting started section in the README for installation and setup instructions.

  • v0.7.1

    August 10, 2016

    🚀 This release includes PR #41, which is an interim fix for the scenario where an exception is thrown both in beforeEach and afterEach, only the afterEach error would be reported. Thanks to @pivotal-stuart-pollock and @pjk25 for identifying the issue and submitting a fix! Now, the beforeEach error will be visible where it wasn't before.

    🚀 Full support for equivalent behavior to RSpec will be coming in a future release.

    🚀 Binary and source releases for Spectrum are available on JCenter. See the getting started section in the README for installation and setup instructions.

  • v0.7.0

    July 21, 2016

    🚀 This release adds the capability to ignore specs with xit and suites with xdescribe.

    🚀 Binary and source releases for Spectrum are available on jcenter. See the getting started section in the README for installation and setup instructions.

  • v0.6.1

    February 20, 2016

    🚀 This release fixes the following issues:

    • 👻 #25 : If there is an exception thrown in a spec then the afterEach block does not run

    🚀 Binary and source releases for Spectrum are available on jCenter. See the getting started section in the README for installation and setup instructions.

  • v0.6.0

    February 04, 2016

    🚀 This release introduces the fit and fdescribe blocks to focus on a particular spec or suite, respectively.

    🚀 Binary and source releases for Spectrum are available on jcenter. See the getting started section in the README for installation and setup instructions.

  • v0.5.0

    November 07, 2015