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A BDD/TDD framework based on xUnit.net and inspired by Gherkin. Allows features and scenarios to be written directly in code rather than mapping to external feature files. Works seamlessly with xUnit.net tooling.

xBehave.net generates xUnit.net test commands. You can execute xBehave.net scenarios using any xUnit.net test runner. E.g. TestDriven.Net, Resharper, xUnit.net console/GUI, Visual Studio 2012 Test Runner, etc.

Each Given/When/Then/And/But step generates a separate xUnit.net test command. This makes it very easy to identify the exact point of failure in your test output. As soon as a step fails in a given scenario, all subsequent steps are not executed and are also marked as failures.


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