[Mono-dev] Mono/Linux and MbUnit, NMock, NCover, VSTS
tcmichals at msn.com
Thu Nov 9 09:16:31 EST 2006
For unit tests we use both Nunit and VS2005, we put out tests in a common
class. These common classes are wrapped with either Nunit or VS2005. Thus
tests run on either platform.
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Subject: [Mono-dev] Mono/Linux and MbUnit, NMock, NCover, VSTS
We are deciding on a unit test framework for our crossplatform C# efforts.
I have been looking at a number of frameworks, but it is unclear to me, to
what extent they "work" with Mono/Linux. I am looking for other Mono/Linux
users experience with these frameworks.
We know about nUnit (which, AFAICT, works very well in Mono/Linux), but all
the rage seems to be about MbUnit these days. Does MbUnit work in
Some of it seems to be tied to "Com 1.5"?
Similarely about NMock - looks great - does it work with Mono/Linux? Any
experience out there?
NCover for code coverage also looks great. Again - how about Mono/Linux?
And finally, some of our Windows developers fancy the unit testing support
Microsoft Visual Studio Team System. I am sceptical about this. It is a bit
hard for me to resolve, but it would appear, that this is tied very closely
to MSVSTS? Does this work with Mono/Linux? Are there any license problems?
Thanks in advance for all input!
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