As described here (http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16694266/xunit-runner-for-visual-studio-2012-and-native-dlls), I've encountered a problem with native .dlls and xunit tests.
Since writing th...
Id #9860 | Release:
| Updated: Wed at 3:41 PM by jbpho | Created: Wed at 3:39 PM by jbpho
Would work exactly like Assert.Throws<T>, except that it allows derived exceptions.
Id #9859 | Release:
| Updated: May 5 at 12:55 AM by BradWilson | Created: May 4 at 5:15 PM by BradWilson
Inspired by https://xunit.codeplex.com/workitem/9856
Add a new assertion that strictly relies on the built-in behavior of val1.Equals(val2), since Assert.Equal attempts to do a lot of reconciliat...
Id #9858 | Release:
| Updated: May 3 at 10:43 PM by EmperorXLII | Created: May 3 at 2:41 PM by BradWilson
Reported by Terje Sandstrøm
The Visual Studio Execution Engine holds onto the adapter. That is the default behavior if not any adapter in the chain explicitly tells it to shutdown. Currently no o...
Id #9857 | Release:
| Updated: May 5 at 12:47 AM by BradWilson | Created: May 2 at 4:19 PM by BradWilson
Can we get xunit attributes defined in a portable class library, and the xunit runner able to run these tests so that we can use xunit to verify our portable class libraries on multiple platforms?
Id #9855 | Release:
| Updated: Apr 29 at 7:37 PM by AArnott | Created: Apr 29 at 7:37 PM by AArnott
When using xUnit under TeamCity (or using the /TeamCity flag to repro), the multiple executions of the same test (with different parameters) all produce the same output.
Id #9854 | Release:
| Updated: May 4 at 5:25 PM by BradWilson | Created: Apr 15 at 2:28 PM by piers7
The message today is:
Test 'Monkey' failed: System.InvalidOperationException : Sequence contains no matching element
When failures of this kind occur, it would be useful to include a list of th...
Id #9853 | Release:
| Updated: May 5 at 1:01 AM by BradWilson | Created: Apr 13 at 7:33 PM by BradWilson
Generally useful. :)
Id #9852 | Release:
| Updated: Apr 13 at 9:26 PM by bartelink | Created: Apr 13 at 7:22 PM by BradWilson
Theory parameter display today is good for simple types (strings and numerics) but poor for all other types. It would be nice to support a JSON-like output; for example:
Arrays: TypeName [ value...
Id #9851 | Release:
| Updated: May 5 at 1:02 AM by BradWilson | Created: Apr 13 at 7:05 PM by BradWilson
See pull request:
Id #9850 | Release:
| Updated: Apr 10 at 3:41 PM by BradWilson | Created: Apr 10 at 3:41 PM by BradWilson