TestDriven.NET

Is there something funky in ReSharper that's disabling TestDriven.NET, specifically preventing it from automatically starting? If so, is there a way to prevent ReSharper from mucking with my plug ins? I don't mind that ReSharper has some integration capability with NUnit to run unit tests, but it's unit testing capability is not nearly as capable as TestDriven.NET because it lacks code coverage analysis.

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"Lothan" <lothan@newsguy.com> wrote in message
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>Is there something funky in ReSharper that's disabling TestDriven.NET,
>specifically preventing it from >automatically starting? If so, is there a
>way to prevent ReSharper from mucking with my plug ins? I don't >mind that
>ReSharper has some integration capability with NUnit to run unit tests, but
>it's unit testing >capability is not nearly as capable as TestDriven.NET
>because it lacks code coverage analysis.

Just as a data point, I use TestDriven.NET with R# (and I also really like
the coverage capability!). It does automatically start on my system.



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Hi

I have experienced the following message in the status bar og visual studio
2005 at startup "Command already exists" and the TestDriven addin was
disabled. I resolved this by reinstalling testdriven.net



"Mark Wilden" <mark@mwilden.com> wrote in message
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"Lothan" <lothan@newsguy.com> wrote in message
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>>Is there something funky in ReSharper that's disabling TestDriven.NET,
>>specifically preventing it from >automatically starting? If so, is there a
>>way to prevent ReSharper from mucking with my plug ins? I don't >mind that
>>ReSharper has some integration capability with NUnit to run unit tests,
>>but it's unit testing >capability is not nearly as capable as
>>TestDriven.NET because it lacks code coverage analysis.
>

Just as a data point, I use TestDriven.NET with R# (and I also really like
the coverage capability!). It does automatically start on my system.

>
>



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Hello Lothan,

ReSharper doesn't intentionally disable any 3rd party functionality (other
VS add-ins including) except for VS IntelliSense in case its settings
are in conflict with ReSharper ones. Please try to reinstall TestDriven and
tell us if it works.


Regards,
Dmitry Shaporenkov
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"

Is there something funky in ReSharper that's disabling TestDriven.NET,
specifically preventing it from automatically starting? If so, is
there a way to prevent ReSharper from mucking with my plug ins? I
don't mind that ReSharper has some integration capability with NUnit
to run unit tests, but it's unit testing capability is not nearly as
capable as TestDriven.NET because it lacks code coverage analysis.



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