Kingo.TestEngine 3.5.1

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Install-Package Kingo.TestEngine -Version 3.5.1
dotnet add package Kingo.TestEngine --version 3.5.1
<PackageReference Include="Kingo.TestEngine" Version="3.5.1" />
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paket add Kingo.TestEngine --version 3.5.1
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#r "nuget: Kingo.TestEngine, 3.5.1"
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// Install Kingo.TestEngine as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Kingo.TestEngine&version=3.5.1

// Install Kingo.TestEngine as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Kingo.TestEngine&version=3.5.1
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The Kingo TestEngine library contains a few simple components that allow you to create unit tests
     and integration tests in a behavior-driven development (BDD) style on top of applications that
     were implemented using the MicroProcessor design from the Kingo library. You are, of source, free to
     choose whatever unit test framework you like to run your tests and verify your test results.

     The TestEngine contains two base classes for your tests: WriteScenario<T> and ReadScenario<T>.
     The WriteScenario<T> can be extended to implement unit tests that execute against your business logic
     (message handlers), whereas the ReadScenario<T> can be extended to execute and test your queries.
     Both classes use the Given()/When()/Then() style to initialize, execute and verify your tests and its results.

     The beauty of these scenario classes is that they can re-use and be built on top of each other to create ever
     more sophisticated tests without much effort or extra code. In other words, composite scenarios can execute
     child scenarios inside their Given() phase to initialize their own begin-state. This way, composite scenarios
     build upon previously verified logic and resulting program states, which ensures your tests never run in a
     corrupt or unreachable program state.

     The Kingo TestEngine also opens the door to easily generate documentation from your unit tests and integration tests.

     Source code and general guidance on how to use this framework can be found here:
     https://github.com/wimvangool/Kingo/wiki

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