dastels at daveastels.com
Thu Aug 10 14:42:57 EDT 2006
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On 9-Aug-06, at 5:12 PM, aslak hellesoy wrote:
> Personally I'm a fan of 'Example'. It's easy to explain to people. So
> how would we address the two cons? For the RSpec name, we could simply
> change the name of RSpec to something else. For the mismatch with BDD
> lingo, perhaps we could start talking about "Behaviour Driven
> Development by Example"? (We give examples of the software's desired
> What do you think folks?
I've been getting more in favour of "example" as time goes on.
Instead of rSpec... hmm... I remember having this discussion at
Agile'05. rEx, rExample, exampleR, exR, egR, rEg...
BDD by Example... let's leave that in case Kent gets onboard and
wants to write a book.
I don't see a big misfit... we write example of the behaviour we want
to see evidenced.
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