I'm using Resharper+ NUnit + Rhino Mocks and when I trying to debug this piece of code (rightclick->Devug Unit Tests):
public void TestRegistrateUser()
string result = null;
IRegView view = repository.StrictMock<IRegView>();
RegViewPresenter presenter = new RegViewPresenter(view);
result = presenter.RegistrateUser();
Assert.AreEqual("LastName is empty", result);
I get the following message:
There is no source code available for the current location.
This happens when I leave the Playback section. Then Rhino Mocks calls verifyAll(). Is there a way to avoid this warning message? When I am using testdriven.net + debugger I don't get this warning.