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Fit 1.1 released

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  • Jim Shore
    Fit 1.1 has been released for Java and .NET. Fit is a tool for agile collaboration on software requirements. It s also an acceptance testing framework. Fit
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 8, 2005
      Fit 1.1 has been released for Java and .NET.

      Fit is a tool for agile collaboration on software requirements. It's
      also an acceptance testing framework.

      Fit allows customers to give examples of program behavior using standard
      business tools like Word and Excel and it allows programmers to easily
      turn those examples into automated tests. By doing so, Fit give
      customers, testers, and programmers a powerful tool for sharing what
      their software /should/ do and what it /does/ do.

      To download Fit and for more information, visit the Fit website:
      http://fit.c2.com


      Changes in v1.1:

      * HTML to text: Added support for class attribute in MS Word <p> tag parsing
      * HTML to text: Clarified handling of leading and trailing line breaks
      * Text to HTML: Changed handling of "backwards line feed"
      * Fixture loading: Added specific error messages when fixtures don't load
      * Standard annotations: Changed all HTML to put quotes around color
      attributes
      * Standard annotations: Changed "error" and "info" annotations to
      convert new text to HTML.
      * Standard annotations: Changed "wrong" and "error" annotations to strip
      mark-up from original cell.
      * Standard annotations: Changed "error" annotation to use standard font
      size for error message.
      * Malformed HTML Parsing: Changed unclosed table, tr, and td tags to
      generate an error.
      * ColumnFixture: Changed headers to allow multiple words.
      * Fixture loading: Added argument list by fixture name.
      * Parsing: Added support for nested tables.

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