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As far as I remember, you need to compile MSpec. I believe it's something to do with one of its dlls

1. First you need to get/compile MSpec source code from Git.
2. Go to build directory and run batch files for resharper and test runner
3. In Visual Studio, you should be able to install and run MSpec for a specific project

Hope this helps

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It looks like R# 6.0 has different object model so that old mspec plugin (for R# 5.x) just can't be used... Can anyone from R# dev team comment on this?

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Hello Ivan,

ReSharper 6 has quite a different code model compared to ReSharper 5, so
the mspec support for ReSharper 6 plug-in is being currently developed. However,
I'm afraid I cannot give exact estimates. Thank you!

Andrey Serebryansky
Senior Support Engineer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Hello

How do I enable mspec unit testing support in R# 6.0? It is enabled by
default in R# 5.x

TIA
Ivan
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Hello and thanks for clarifying that.
If JB is developing support for mspec then it sounds promising.

Best regards
Ivan

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