R# 4.1 and mbUnit

Is there a new version available of the mbUnit plugin for 4.1? I just
installed 933.3 and the test runner is broken.

Thanks
Jeremy

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Assuming for the moment that you previously had the Gallio plugin running and now you don't, browse into your Program Files\JetBrains\Resharper folder, find the plugins folder underneath the v4.0 folder, and move the Gallio folder that you find there into the same relative location underneath the v4.1 folder.

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Jeremy - thanks. What threw me is that the plugins directory is stored in
\AppData\Roaming\JetBrains\ReSharper\v4.1\vs9.0\PlugIns\MbUnit and not in
Program Files.


"Jeremy Gray" <no_reply@jetbrains.com> wrote in message
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Assuming for the moment that you previously had the Gallio plugin running
and now you don't, browse into your Program Files\JetBrains\Resharper
folder, find the plugins folder underneath the v4.0 folder, and move the
Gallio folder that you find there into the same relative location
underneath the v4.1 folder.


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Hello,

Jeremy - thanks. What threw me is that the plugins directory is stored
in \AppData\Roaming\JetBrains\ReSharper\v4.1\vs9.0\PlugIns\MbUnit and
not in Program Files.


Program Files is for per-machine installs (both VS versions), and RoamingAppData
/ LocalAppData is for per-user installs (per VS version).


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Ahh. Glad to hear that you have it sorted.

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Jeremy, but what if I did not have R# 4.0 installed and I started with V4.1?

Thanks,
Vlad.

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Downgrade to a nightly build below build 923 (If I'm remembering correctly, that's around when the version number bumped), install Gallio, upgrade to 4.1 (or later - I for one am running 937), then follow the appropriate bits of the other instructions.

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Well, there's always that option. ;)

Except that last time I did so I ended up with a build where the test runner was fubar. Personally, I'm waiting on a blessed build, presumably in the form of Alpha 4. How's that coming, by the way? :)

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Pretty well.
We've been working steadily on it to ensure that v3.0.4 won't be foobar. ;)

There's a lot of surface area to cover. Right now I'm fixing some rather tedious issues surrounding cross-version compatibility in the TDNet, R# and VSTS runners.

Jeff.

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The best thing for me in mbUnit 2.4 and R# is that you can click on the
hyperlink in the runner which will take you to the line of code in VS where
the assert failed. I didn't see that in Gallio, and ended up uninstalling
it. Will that behaviour be available in future builds?

Thanks
Jeremy


"Jeff Brown" <jeff.brown@gmail.com> wrote in message
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Pretty well.
We've been working steadily on it to ensure that v3.0.4 won't be foobar.
;)

>

There's a lot of surface area to cover. Right now I'm fixing some rather
tedious issues surrounding cross-version compatibility in the TDNet, R#
and VSTS runners.

>

Jeff.


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That feature is in trunk and will be in the upcoming release.

Other features along these lines:

- Can open a Gallio test report from ReSharper.
- Can navigate to code from within a Gallio test report displayed in the IDE or even on the web.

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Fantastic!

When is the next release due?


"Jeff Brown" <jeff.brown@gmail.com> wrote in message
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That feature is in trunk and will be in the upcoming release.

>

Other features along these lines:

>

- Can open a Gallio test report from ReSharper.
- Can navigate to code from within a Gallio test report displayed in the
IDE or even on the web.


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Very nice. Lookin' forward to it!

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