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[ANN] csUnit 2.0.3 Released

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  • manfred_lange_agile
    csUnit 2.0.3 has been released and is available for download at http//www.csunit.org/download. This release has been tested with .NET 1.1 and VS.NET 2003
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 7, 2006
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      csUnit 2.0.3 has been released and is available for download at
      http//www.csunit.org/download.

      This release has been tested with .NET 1.1 and VS.NET 2003 including a
      side-by-side installation of VS2003 and VS2005.

      This is a maintenance release and contains the following bugfixes:

      1) BUGFIX, csUnitRunner, SourceForge Tracker ID 1447592: Console not
      always
      redirected. [12Mar2006, ml]

      2) BUGFIX, csUnitRunner: Some methods for controls were not invoke on
      the proper
      thread. Where these cases have been identified, these methods are now
      called
      using Invoke() if InvokeRequired returns 'true'. [14Mar2006, ml]

      3) BUGFIX, csUnit: Added Assert.Equals(double, double) and
      Assert.Equals(double,
      double, string). Furthermore added five additional tests to ensure
      that if any
      of the double values is NaN (Not a number), the assertions still work
      properly.
      [23Mar2006, ml]

      All bugfixes have been carried over to the 2.1.* head revision as well
      so that they are incorporated into the next 2.1 beta version.


      .NET 2.0 and VS 2005
      ====================
      A first beta version has been made available for .NET 2.0 at the end
      of March 2006. It can be downloaded at http://www.csunit.org/download

      A beta version that also includes an addin for VS 2005 is planned for
      end of April 2006.

      Please support the project with your donation (see button at
      http://www.csunit.org/download). Thank you!


      About csUnit
      ============
      Inspired by JUnit, csUnit brings the power of unit testing to the .NET
      framework. csUnit is your key to unit testing and test-driven
      development using .NET languages such as C#, Visual Basic .NET, Visual
      J#, or Managed C++. csUnit was founded in 2001. For more information
      see http://www.csunit.org



      Kind regards,
      Manfred.
      ---
      Manfred Lange.
      csUnit lead developer
      Email: manfred @ csunit . org (remove spaces)
      http://www.csunit.org
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