Saturday, September 20, 2008

A non-English BDD framework

I am a big fan of easyb, a BDD framework for Groovy and, of course you can use it to validate spec of your Java programs as it's running on JVM.

But what I really want to have is a support of my native, Thai, language. Recently found out that Groovy can compile UTF-8 code, and I have no problem to make it invoke some method with Thai characters. So, I have been porting the idea from easyb into my own, non-English BDD framework, TSpec.

Now you can tell a story of software specification in Thai, wanna learn it ?

Here's at Github.

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