R# 4.0.753 Borken items

Here is what is broken for me in the new build.

. Unit tests will not run. The app.config is somehow not read by the tests and I am getting an error that entries are missing.
. Unit test classes are not recognised by R#, and thus all the nifty test running icons in the left marging that I usually use to run the tests are not present. The test unit explorer do recognise them though as valid tests classes and when I run them, I get the app.config error mentioned previosuly.

Thanks.

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Hello Jobol,

Can you reproduce it on simple small solution? We would like to have one.
Thanks.

Sincerely,
Ilya Ryzhenkov

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J> Here is what is broken for me in the new build.
J>
J> Unit tests will not run. The app.config is somehow not read by the
J> tests and I am getting an error that entries are missing.
J> Unit test classes are not recognised by R#, and thus all the nifty
J> test running icons in the left marging that I usually use to run the
J> tests are not present. The test unit explorer do recognise them
J> though as valid tests classes and when I run them, I get the
J> app.config error mentioned previosuly.
J> Thanks.
J>


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the following test breaks with the wellknown "DragDrop registration did not succeed" exception. It should not though, because we force the NUnit TestRunner into STA mode(see app.config) --> app.config is "ignored"?
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ReSharperBugTest.cs -


using System.Windows.Forms;
using NUnit.Framework;

namespace MyNamespace
{
\[TestFixture\]
public class ReSharperBugTest
{
\[Test\]
public void Test()
{
Form f = new Form();
f.AllowDrop = true;
f.Show();
f.Close();
}
}
}
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app.config -


]]>
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hope this helps....
Clemens

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Hmm...let me see what I can do. I will download the latest 755 and give it a spin but so far for me, 748 + registry hack is very good.

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Project emailed.

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