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ANN: NUnit 2.5 Final Release

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  • Charlie Poole
    Hi All, The NUnit 2.5 final release is now available at http://nunit.org/?p=download. NUnit 2.5 is a very big release, so you ll have to read the release notes
    Message 1 of 1 , May 3, 2009
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      Hi All,

      The NUnit 2.5 final release is now available at
      http://nunit.org/?p=download.

      NUnit 2.5 is a very big release, so you'll have to read the release notes at
      http://nunit.org/? p=releaseNotes&r=2.5 for the full story. But here are ten
      reasons to give it a try...

      1. Parameterized (data-driven) tests are supported, with features similar to
      those found in mbUnit and xUnit.net.

      2. Theories - as used in JUnit- are supported fully, including support for
      Assume.That.

      3. New attributes allow the specifying the thread and apartment state
      requirements of a test.

      4. Exception handling can now be moved into the test code using
      Assert.Throws or the
      Throws.Exception syntax.

      5. Test methods and fixtures may now be generic and many asserts and
      constraint expressions now support generic syntax.

      6. Many constraints now permit substitution of a user-defined comparison
      algorithm through the Using modifier. Lambda expressions are supported.

      7. Test execution may now take place in a separate process for better
      isolation.

      8. Tests may be loaded and executed using a selected runtime version.

      9. Tests, setup methods, teardown methods and data sources may be static if
      desired. If there are no instance methods, then NUnit doesn't need to
      construct your test class.

      10. Source code is displayed in the gui, where available.


      See http://nunit.org for more info.

      Charlie
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