I have a few test fixtures that are generic, and it doesn't seem like ReSharper does a good job of handling them. An example:
public class TypeTests
public void DerivesFromObject()
Even though there's a single test method, this will result in two distinct test runs. One will fail, and the other will succeed. ReSharper is clearly running all the test runs, because my tests fail, but won't tell me which test fails. Clicking on the node for the test fixture in ReSharper's Unit Test Sessions window displays simply "TypeTests: Failed," and the node for the test itself remains gray and offers no output or feedback at all. TestDriven.Net is the clear winner here - the UI isn't pretty, but it provides the following, much more informative output:
TestCase 'ClassLibrary1.TypeTests`1[[System.String, mscorlib, Version=22.214.171.124, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b77a5c561934e089]].DerivesFromObject'
But was: False
Class1.cs(16,0): at ClassLibrary1.TypeTests`1.DerivesFromObject()
1 passed, 1 failed, 0 skipped, took 0.45 seconds (NUnit 2.5.2).
Any chance of ReSharper supporting generic tests a little better?