AgUnit 0.4.2

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Released: Aug 18, 2011
Updated: Aug 18, 2011 by SDeKock
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Release Notes

Fourth release of AgUnit.

Installation

Copy the extracted files from AgUnit-0.4.2-for-ReSharper-6.0.zip into the "Bin\Plugins\" folder of your ReSharper installation
(default C:\Program Files\JetBrains\ReSharper\v6.0\Bin\Plugins), create this folder if it does not exist.
Delete any previous versions of AgUnit you may have in this folder.

Make sure to "Unblock" any of the .dll files that are blocked.

Improvements

  • ReSharper 6.0 support (support for 4 and 5 dropped)
  • Uses StatLight behind the covers, see http://statlight.codeplex.com
  • NUnit and XUnit support
  • No more separate "Silverlight debug" option, you can now use the normal "Debug" option.
  • No more need for a System.Linq.Xml reference in the test project.

Bugfixes in 0.4.1

Problems when XUnit runner is not installed:
See http://agunit.codeplex.com/workitem/6449

Bugfixes in 0.4.2

Running Silverlight Class Library / DLL test projects:
See http://agunit.codeplex.com/discussions/266737

Known issues

  • Performance is bad for large test suites, compared to AgUnit 0.3. It should match the performance of the Silverlight toolkit test runner.
  • Test timings are incorrect
  • Tests are run out of order

NUnit support

NUnit tests can be run by using the nunit-silverlight project from your Silverlight test project.
See http://code.google.com/p/nunit-silverlight/.

XUnit support

XUnit tests can be run by using the xunitcontrib-silverlight project from your Silverlight test project.
You will also need to install the xunitcontrib-resharper plugin.
See http://xunitcontrib.codeplex.com/.

Reviews for this release

     
downloaded the zip file, copied them as explained, brought up Visual Studio, right clicked on a silverlight unit test that formerly would not run, and, just as one would hope, it ran (and passed). Awesome beyond possible description. THANK YOU!!!!
by archastrel on Nov 3, 2011 at 12:15 PM