[rspec-users] RSpec support on .Net with Gallio.

David Chelimsky dchelimsky at gmail.com
Wed May 27 04:17:34 EDT 2009

On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 7:09 PM, Jeff Brown <jeff.brown at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm getting ready to produce an RSpec adapter for use with the Gallio test
> automation platform (http://www.gallio.org/) on the .Net DLR via IronRuby.
> The idea is to open up RSpec to a wider audience of .Net developers who
> might like to write their tests, *ahem* specs ;-), using a friendly syntax
> in a dynamically typed language such as Ruby.
> Anyways, this is still a work in progress but I wanted to check on a couple
> of legal points:
> 1. Is it cool to redistribute RSpec in source code form for non-commercial
> purposes?  I was unable to find the RSpec license to confirm.  Gallio itself
> is open source and is distributed using the Apache License 2.0.
> 2. I would like to be able to identify the RSpec framework by way of an icon
> in Gallio.  Unfortunately I was unable to locate an official logo.  Assuming
> there is one, I'd like permission to include an RSpec icon in Gallio. The
> icon will be used in the following ways:
> - As a plugin icon when displaying a list of associated plugins.
> - As a preference icon when providing options for configuring associated
> plugins.
> - As an installed feature icon when providing options for installing
> associated plugins.
> - As a test framework icon when decribing the list of supported test
> frameworks and when presenting a report about tests that have been run
> specifically using that framework.
> Do you have a suitable 16x16 and 32x32 icon file that I can use for this
> purpose?

There is not an official icon now, but there will be within the next
month or so. What is your time frame for releasing this adapter?


> Thanks,
> Jeff.
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