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RE: ANN: NUnit 2.2.9 Released

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  • Charlie Poole
    I ve uploaded new versions of the files due to a problem in the release. Charlie
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 28, 2006
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      I've uploaded new versions of the files due to a problem in the release.

      Charlie


      > -----Original Message-----
      > From: Charlie Poole [mailto:charlie@...]
      > Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 5:21 PM
      > To: 'testdrivendevelopment@yahoogroups.com';
      > 'extremeprogramming@yahoogroups.com';
      > 'extremeprogramming-seattle@yahoogroups.com'
      > Subject: ANN: NUnit 2.2.9 Released
      >
      > You can download it at http://nunit.com/nunit/index.php?p=download
      >
      > This release is primarily a bug fix release with the same
      > feature set as NUnit 2.2.4 through 2.2.8.
      >
      > Bug Fixes:
      > * NUnit-2.2.8-net-2.0.msi updating wrong registry key
      > * Need different shortcut names for the two versions of NUnit
      > * Exceptions thrown after test run completes not handled
      > * TestFixtureTearDown failures not reported correctly
      > * Incorrect message for multiple TestFixtureSetUp methods
      > * Command format under Linux not documented correctly
      > * Category list not cleared when project is closed
      > * StringAssert.Equals should be overridden
      > * Incorrect time format in XML output
      > * Incorrect error message when test assembly is on a share
      > * Config level AppBase not used
      > * Explicit attribute on class loaded by /fixture broken
      > * Unintended change in XML output format
      > * Strings with escaped backslashes not reported correctly
      > * Unable to open VS2005 C++ files with attributes defaulted
      > * GUI offers option of adding VS solution files but it fails
      > * GUI flickering when running tests
      > * CollectionAssert.Contains giving false positives
      > * Tooltips cause crash on message > 64K
      >
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