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support Spec Explorer in Visual Studio 2012

I use Spec Explorer 2010, a model-based testing tool extension to Visual Studio 2010, to generate automated test cases. It has become an important part of our testing strategy. But the current version only works with Visual Studio 2010.

Please develop a Spec Explorer extension for Visual Studio 2012, so that we can continue to use Spec Explorer to generate test cases as our developers move to Visual Studio 2012.

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    Chris StrubleChris Struble shared this idea  ·   ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

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      • Chris StrubleChris Struble commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Thanks so much for implementing this suggestion. I happened to stop by here and saw Rashid's comment. I have downloaded Spec Explorer and it appears to be working fine in Visual Studio 2012.

      • rachidrachid commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Good news!
        Great work done by SE team! Thanks

        Spec Explorer 2012 release 3.5.3146.0 is now available! This release adds support to Visual Studio 2012 Professional to previous 3.5 release.



        Where can you get it?


        •The Spec Explorer download can be found on the Spec Explorer home page on Visual Studio Gallery.
        •See the on-line Release Notes for the latest, more detailed description of installation requirements, major features, bug fixes and known issues. Further information can also be found on Test Tools in Visual Studio 2010 and 2012 (The Spec Explorer Forum has been retired), The Spec Explorer Team Blog, and the latest Spec Explorer Help Documentation is always available in the MSDN library.
        •Please note that Spec Explorer 2012 Release 3.5 runs only on Visual Studio 2012 and 2010. The 90 day trial version of Visual Studio can be found at here.

      • Chris StrubleChris Struble commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I just realized this post might fit better in the Extensions section since Spec Explorer is an extension.

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