[Mono-dev] Newly broken WinForms unit tests

Steven Boswell II ulatekh at yahoo.com
Sat Jul 28 22:40:45 UTC 2012

My copy of Mono only has NUnit 2.4, i.e. the mcs/nunit24 directory.
My copy of mcs/nunit24/NUnitFramework/framework/Assert.cs does not have any Throws() methods.
My copy of MenuTest doesn't call Throws().

"git pull" says "Already up-to-date."
nunit.framework.dll seems to be installed on my machine via MonoDevelop.
In the mono source directory, all I could find was external/cecil//Test/libs/nunit-2.5.10/nunit.framework.dll, and that doesn't appear to be built from source.

Am I in an evil parallel universe again? :-)

Steven Boswell

 From: Stifu <stifu at free.fr>
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Sent: Saturday, July 28, 2012 3:10 PM
Subject: Re: [Mono-dev] Newly broken WinForms unit tests
Hmm, Assert.Throws() has been introduced in NUnit 2.5. It's also used in
MenuTest, by the way.
Not sure what's wrong.

Steven Boswell II wrote
> Some time after 7pm MST last night, changes were checked in that broke
> three WinForms unit tests.
> 1) MonoTests.System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewTestTestDispose() refers to
> NUnit.Framework.Assert.Throws(), which used to be there, but doesn't seem
> to be any more.  (I know that Assert.Throws() was in NUnit.Framework as of
> July 22, the last time I built an RPM package for latest Mono.)
> 2) MonoTests.System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewTest.SelectedColumnsTest
> crashes in Dispose().
> 3) MonoTests.System.Windows.Forms.DataGridViewClipboardTest.Test also
> crashes in Dispose().
> Could the responsible party please look into this?
> Steven Boswell
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