Concordion 1.3.1 was released last month with a handful of new and noteworthy features. There was an announcement on the Yahoo mailing list, but I wanted to wait for the Concordion.NET port to catch up before making an announcement on this blog.
For those who didn't know, there are now versions of Concordion for:
- Java (Concordion)
- .NET (Concordion.NET) by Jeffrey Cameron
- Python (PyConcordion) by JC Plessis
- Ruby (ruby-concordion) by Ben Goodspeed, Ariel Valentin and Chris Gardner
So, if you're using Cucumber in Ruby, or FitNesse in .NET check out the alternative. No other acceptance testing framework lets you create such readable acceptance tests as Concordion's. The key advantage in having readable tests is that when you come back in three months time and wonder what the heck you were doing, you might actually have a clue.