MbUnit support in 4.1?

Has anyone gotten MbUnit to work with 4.1 Resharper? I used to have it working quite well in earlier versions with the plugin.


Thanks,
Buddy Stein

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Buddy Stein schrieb:

Has anyone gotten MbUnit to work with 4.1 Resharper? I used to have it working quite well in earlier versions with the plugin.


For MbUnit 2.x

If you use the updated install.bat

http://mbunit-resharper.googlecode.com/svn/trunk/PlugIn/install/install.bat

it works with 4.1

This week i put an update of the plugin with lot's of fixed bugs online.
You can also checkout the current version and build by yourself.

Regards

Albert

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In addition to Albert's suggestion, you might want to take a look at Gallio, though you'll need or at least want to grab a current trunk build between now and their next official release. http://www.gallio.org

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Jeremy,

I am posting this in a few places where I see references to Gallio in hope that someone can guide me.
I installed Gallio (v3.0.5 build 546) and Resharper (4.1.933.3) on Visual Studio 2008. My main goal is to use the "real" NUnit engine as to get most of the latest features that 2.2 does not have.
Gallio does show up in the Resharper "unit testing providers" list and is enabled. But the only tests that the explorer now sees are MS Tests.
Do I have to configure Gallio or Resharper to have it work with NUnit or any other framework?

Thansk in advance for any guidance.

Regards,

Eric.

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I abandoned NUnit entirely once I moved over to Gallio/MbUnit, so I'm afraid that I cannot help you with your particular desired usage scenario (it sounds like you are trying to do R#->Gallio->NUnit, no?)

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Jeremy,

Thanks for the info. I guess I need to find out more about what MbUnit has over NUnit...

Take care,

Eric.

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I think it is pretty safe to say that MbUnit has everything over NUnit except for NUnit's popularity having caused it to be hard-wired or tightly linked into so many products, which I admit does help quite nicely. By "everything" I mean to say that out of all the things that have been bolted onto NUnit and/or integrated into it for the newest versions, MbUnit has had them for a long time. This is particularly true for functionality related to parameterized testing but also for many other features. It is also well decomposed and very extensible, has great runners, much better reporting, better assertion output detail, all sorts. That said, NUnit has been more tightly integrated into so many other things that it does count for a lot. If you are looking for more information, I'd recommend checking out http://www.gallio.org/ and the gallio-dev group on Google Groups.

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Did anyone ever get Resharper 4.1 or even the nightly drops of 4.5 EAP to work with MbUnit v3/Gallio?

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I have been successfully using R# 4.1 build 943.5 with Gallio 3.0.5.566 for quite some time now. I could surely do with updating one, the other, or both, but things are working well enough as they are and my next upgrade will likely be to a 4.5 EAP build once the Gallio folks have a new build that is happy with 4.5.

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