Pickler: SpecFlow Feature File Editor

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Pickler allows users to edit SpecFlow files to be written in the Gherkin language efficiently. This includes syntax highlighting and table reformatting so that it need no be done by hand. Visual Studio with SpecFlow support will handles this functionality. This tool is ...




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