[Mono-list] class status up to date?
Sun, 15 Dec 2002 22:50:29 +0900
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| 5) compile test with csc, referencing microsoft assemblies,
| running in
| microsoft .net
| Now the NUnitGuidelines document states : "Test your test with the
| microsoft runtime". What does this mean?
| I think this means scenario 5 should be possible (and should be easy
| doable using the existing makefiles/.build files).
This is what we meant and what we do now to "test the test".
| If you're running linux, scenario 1 is probably the most used
| one (and
| thus most tested).
On linux, the one I usually test is with everything compiled with csc, but
running on mono runtime. Recently on linux I have also been testing
everything compiled with mcs, and running on mono (of course). Note there
are quite a few more errors generated in the latter case.
If you have more questions about writing the tests, please let me know.