I've discovered what was causing problems with TestDriven.Net and it isn't ReSharper.  I had recently refactored my test fixtures and now I have a few that make use of generics BaseTest<T>.  I had run into a problem with TD.Net before regarding generics and had to rearrange my classes (I had two classes in one file) to get it to work.  I don't remember the details and I am still having problems getting it to work now.

Regardless, R# is off the hook.  And as an added bonus, R# doesn't appear to have the same problems with generics in test fixtures.

By the way, I am running version 2.13.2184 or TestDriven.Net... Either it is time to upgrade or simply use R# instead.

On to Day 3...

posted on Wednesday, January 28, 2009 9:23 AM
Filed Under [ .Net Tools Productivity ]

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# re: ReSharper 30 Day Trial: Part 2.1
posted by Jamie Cansdale
on 2/6/2009 3:36 PM
You should find the latest version works with generic types. If it doesn't, please drop me an email with some example code.

It certainly copes with this kind of thing (see the code at the top):
http://weblogs.asp.net/nunitaddin/archive/2008/12/02/testdriven-net-2-18-nunit-2-5-beta.aspx

Regards,
Jamie.

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