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 In reference to my previous post about collectively running unit tests, I thought I would offer this ReSharper tip.

ReSharper’s unit test runner is just plain awesome. Why MSTests don’t work like that by default astounds me…and is enough reason for me not to use them (although there are several more). One option you have for aggregating which tests you want to run in a single session is to right click on the folder that contains their source, right click and either Run or Debug them.

I’m looking for a way to run unit tests in all open documents, but haven’t found that one yet.

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Posted on Tuesday, July 8, 2008 7:17 AM ReSharper , Unit Testing | Back to top


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