TestDriven.NET by Jamie Cansdale
Zero Friction Unit Testing for Visual Studio .NET
TestDriven.Net 3.0 – All Systems Go
I’m pleased to announce that TestDriven.Net 3.0 is now available. Finally! I know many of you will already be using the Beta and RC versions, but if you look at the release notes you’ll see there’s been many refinements since then, so I highly recommend you install the RTM version. Here is a quick summary of a few new features:
TestDriven.Net 2.24: XCopy Deployable Test Runners
There is a new feature in TestDriven.Net 2.24 (and 3.0 Alpha) that should greatly simplify the deployment and versioning of test runner plug-ins. In previous versions it was important that a compatible test runner plug-in was installed for each test framework you use.
TestDriven.Net 3.0 Alpha – Support for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2
For the best part of a week, I’ve been battling with the Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 extensibility model. I’m happy to report that - finally - I’ve managed to make it bend to my will. ;-)
Which test runner are you using ?
Fabio Maulo is doing a poll to find out which test runners people are using:
TestDriven.Net 2.23 Beta – Cleaner Stack Traces
You have probably noticed with previous versions of TestDriven.Net, stack traces could turn into an unruly mess of file path information.
TestDriven.Net 2.23 Beta – Faster!
It turns out that the JIT compiler for x64 is considerably slower than for x86 (and uses more memory). You can easily improve the startup time for your EXE projects by changing them to compile for x86. In fact this is what Microsoft is doing in Visual Studio 2010 (the default for EXEs will be x86). It’s only worth compiling EXEs for AnyCPU if your application might use a lot of memory. See Rick Byers’ post on the subject: AnyCPU Exes are usually more trouble than they're worth.
TestDriven.Net 2.22 RTM - What’s New?
I'm happy to report that TestDriven.NET 2.22 RTM has cleared the launch pad!
TestDriven.Net 2.22: Support for Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1
I’ve just uploaded a new version of TestDriven.Net (2.22 RTM) which is compatible with Visual Studio 2010 Beta 1.
TestDriven.Net 2.21: Now includes NUnit 2.5 RC
A couple of days ago, Charlie Poole announced that the first NUnit 2.5 release candidate is now uploaded. I’ve hurried to get a new version of TestDriven.Net with support for this version ready. I’m happy to announce that TestDriven.Net 2.21 Beta (which includes NUnit 2.5 RC) is now available for download.
TestDriven.Net 2.20: Improved NCover Integration
In the latest release of TestDriven.Net, you’ll find much improved integration with all versions of NCover: