Last Tuesday, I mentioned the brand new testing framework xUnit.NET. Today some additional links for those guys who aren’t persuaded yet, colleague fanatics and any other:
- Test Framework comparison
A pretty cool comparison chart of a lot of Frameworks hosted on the Codeplex of xUnit.NET.
- FAQ: All your questions and answers
Brad Wilson takes the time to answer all the commonly asked questions about xUnit.NET
- Aspect oriented programming using xUnit.NET
Explained how to work AO in xUnit.NET. It seems to be designed for it :).
- IDE integrationg using ReSharper
Vote on the above issue and even now you can be sure the IDE integration with ReSharper will be finished in a couple of weeks. (This one is for you, Alexey)
Just found that XUnit without sourcecode, including cmdline runner is compressed just around the 40 kb. Exracted, the 2(!!) necessary libraries have the total weight of 62,5 kb. Just nunit.framework.dll alone is even heavier(68kb)!