210: Debugging in Test Runner

Hi,

Debugging under the test runner doesn't work, or I don't understand how to
make it work. I placed a breakpoint in a test and selected the debug option
from the editor context menu and/or the Debug speed button on the test runner.
The test runs but does not stop at the breakpoint. In addition it also stops
TestDriven.NET from perfroming the same operation which was definately working
before I installed 210.

BTW, the test runner looks cool. And this version, so far, appears to be
tons more stable than 209. Keep up the good work.

Cheers
Barry Carr


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Have you been able to use debugger in 209 build or earlier? I.e. the
debugging isn't working for you only in 210 build, or this was all the way
with all builds?

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Eugene Pasynkov
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Hi,

>

Debugging under the test runner doesn't work, or I don't understand how to
make it work. I placed a breakpoint in a test and selected the debug
option from the editor context menu and/or the Debug speed button on the
test runner. The test runs but does not stop at the breakpoint. In
addition it also stops TestDriven.NET from perfroming the same operation
which was definately working before I installed 210.

>

BTW, the test runner looks cool. And this version, so far, appears to be
tons more stable than 209. Keep up the good work.

>

Cheers
Barry Carr

>



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Hi Eugene,

Have you been able to use debugger in 209 build or earlier? I.e. the
debugging isn't working for you only in 210 build, or this was all the
way with all builds?


This is the first version I've tried it in, the previous builds were too
unstable to try.

I uninstalled Resharper and TestDriven.NET, then Reinstalled Resharper -
still no joy. So even when ReSharper has the environment to itself is still
doesn't work.

Cheers
Barry Carr


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Another question - when you ask ReSharper to debug test, does VS enters the
debugging mode? (Usually, the panels at the bottom changes - the "Locals",
"Watches", etc. panels apper)

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Eugene Pasynkov
Developer
JetBrains, Inc
http://www.jetbrains.com
"Develop with pleasure!"


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No Eugene, it doesn't. Although the tests do run. HTH

Cheers
Barry Carr

Another question - when you ask ReSharper to debug test, does VS
enters the debugging mode? (Usually, the panels at the bottom changes
- the "Locals", "Watches", etc. panels apper)



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