Here’s what’s new:
Version 3.0 – The final versionVersioning with signed packages is always a bit of a pain. It’s made things harder to deal with when I release new versions. Thanks to Simon Cropp, I was introduce to JSON.net's model for version numbers which solves it. You can read all about it here, but here’s the short version
- ApprovalTests & ApprovalUtilities will be v 3.0 from here on out.
- Nuget Version numbers will be actual version, and will continue to evolve.
[Contributors: Simon Cropp]
GitHub improvement & bug fixesOne of the nice things GitHub provides is issue tracking. As such many issues suggested where fixed including:
- Rdlc Reports with External Images
- Xunit & Mspec Support
Please continue to add issues as you find them.
[Contributors: James Counts & Simon Cropp]
HtmlScrubbingI found that asp.net pages were giving me some issues with generated keys, so I added a scrubber you can use if you need to. You can view the code here.
.gitattributes suggestionsLine endings are a pain for everyone, but git’s solution of switching them makes things worse for ApprovalTests. Fortunately, Jake Ginnivan came up with a very nice solution of setting the approved files to binary with removes this problem. Simply add:
to your .gitattributes
[Contributors: Jake Ginnivan]