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Microsoft vs TestDriven.Net Express

There are a few things I need to get off my chest. When I started working on TestDriven.Net I was a hobbyist .NET developer. My day job was as a Java consultant. TestDriven.Net was something I did for fun between consultancy gigs. Working on open source...

Test With... Silverlight/CoreCLR

I have just released a new version of TestDriven.NET ( 2.7 Beta ) with support for Silverlight /CoreCLR. Simply right click on the method you would like to execute with the CoreCLR and select 'Test With... Silverlight'. You can use this to execute...

Express SKU Support

I have recently uploaded TestDriven.NET 2.5 Beta. This version now supports all versions of Visual Studio .NET including the Express SKU. To activate TestDriven.NET when using an Express edition simply ensure that the 'Properties' tool window is visible...

TestDriven.NET 2.4 Beta + NUnit 2.4 RC2

I have just uploaded a new build of TestDriven.NET with support for NUnit 2.4 RC2 . Rather than simply swap out NUnit 2.2.9 for NUnit 2.4 RC2 I'm including both versions side by side. This means more conservative users can stick with NUnit 2.2.9 and...

Reflector on Mono 1.2.3

Miguel de Icaza writes: This time Reflector will work out of the box with Mono on Unix (no special handling or special flags) and will event detect the presence of your Mono libraries: One thing to watch out for when running Reflector on Mono is the 'Show...
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Reflector on Mono 1.1.17

Here's a screenshot of Reflector running on Mono 1.1.17 . The tree view seems to work fine. Unfortunately the Dissasembler view is throwing an exception. Still very impressive. I expect it will be working a lot better in the next release. Well done Mono...
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Mono 1.1.7 and NUnit

On the NUnit developers mailing list Cory Fox writes : See attached - this is the 1.1.17 latest Mono release running the 2.4 Release Candidate code with the GUI build turned on, under Gentoo Linux. This is great news, because no special anything was necessary...
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