in case you run into any issues, or there are any suggestions for
improvement, please either log entries at SourceForge, or send emaild
directly to me. (manfred at csunit dot org)
Also note that version 2.1.1 is a beta. It's quite stable, and
functionally complete, but we are still working on it. So details may
csUnit Lead Developer
Amir Kolsky wrote:
hope it's a good one... I've been using nunit with testdriven in 2005
and I really really don't like it compared to csUnit...
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>Subject: [csunit] csUnit 2.1.1 BETA released
>csUnit 2.1.1 BETA Released
>csUnit 2.1.1 BETA has been released and is available for
>download at http//www.csunit.org/download.
>This release has been compiled and tested with .NET 2.0. It is
>the first .NET 2.0 based version that contains an all new
>implementation of an addin for VS2005.
>Some areas in the code have been heavily refactored. It looks
>almost like a new implementation when compared to csUnit 2.0
>and earlier. On an opportunistic basis generics were introduced.
> The code has substantially improved, and we will continue
>towards that path.
>The major focus was on the core, the event handling, the
>command pattern implementation, and the GUI in general. The
>latter includes both the csUnitControl but also csUnitRunner,
>the GUI frontend. In particular we worked on improving the
>We also ran some profiling sessions. As a consequence csUnit
>2.1.1 is up to 50% faster than earlier versions.
>Work that we expect to add for the before the production
>release of version 2.1 includes further refactoring in
>particular in the test execution engine, further usability
>improvements, categories support, and some smaller performance
>As always all bugfixes from earlier versions have been rolled
>over into this version.
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