I’m getting ready to produce an RSpec adapter for use with the Gallio
automation platform (http://www.gallio.org/) on the .Net DLR via
The idea is to open up RSpec to a wider audience of .Net developers who
might like to write their tests, ahem specs ;-), using a friendly
in a dynamically typed language such as Ruby.
Anyways, this is still a work in progress but I wanted to check on a
of legal points:
Is it cool to redistribute RSpec in source code form for
purposes? I was unable to find the RSpec license to confirm. Gallio
is open source and is distributed using the Apache License 2.0.
I would like to be able to identify the RSpec framework by way of an
in Gallio. Unfortunately I was unable to locate an official logo.
there is one, I’d like permission to include an RSpec icon in Gallio.
icon will be used in the following ways:
- As a plugin icon when displaying a list of associated plugins.
- As a preference icon when providing options for configuring associated
- As an installed feature icon when providing options for installing
- As a test framework icon when decribing the list of supported test
frameworks and when presenting a report about tests that have been run
specifically using that framework.
Do you have a suitable 16x16 and 32x32 icon file that I can use for this