You can now build the source code in either VS2k5 or VS2k8
Posted by Marcus Wyatt on 11 March 2008
I’ve updated the source code to include some conditional compilation directives to support different Visual Studio IDE versions. So if you are still stuck in VS2005 land, you can now build the source and be able to take advantage of the new features that Owen Evans added.
These include the new attributes (Context, BeforeAll, BeforeEach, AfterAll, AfterEach) and new functionality like Collection.Contains#WithProperty. If you lucky to be using VS2008 you’ll have new functionality that allows you to pass lambda’s. For more information look at http://bgeek.net/2008/02/14/nspecify-rspec-well-closer-anyway/
Owen also added a new library called NSpecify.Framework.Extensions. This gives you some extension methods that you can use to specify your expectations directly on the object under test.