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TestDriven.Net, now with Free Code Coverage
The vs addin now has code coverage for all of us that can't afford Team Suite. The addin now plays nicely with the open source code coverage tool NCover. For those of you who don't know what TestDriven.Net is, its a addin for Visual Studio that allows you to run your unit test directly from the IDE. It supports NUnit, MbUnit, and even Team Suite Tests. And the best feature is that you can even debug your unit tests. Jamie just keeps making TestDriven.Net better and better. If you don't ......

Posted On Monday, January 30, 2006 12:16 PM

DynamicMethod - New .Net 2.0 Feature
I've been reading about one of the obscure new features of .Net 2.0 called DynamicMethods. Part of the System.Reflection.Emit namespace, the DynamicMethod class allows you to create and execute methods at runtime without creating any dynamic assembly or dynamic type. This by itself sounds interesting, but not very useful. I mean how often do you have the need to dynamic generate methods? Except for certain situations, not very often if at all. But DynamicMethods have one other interesting feature. ......

Posted On Monday, January 30, 2006 10:44 AM

Looking For An Open Source Podcast Client
Does anyone know of any open source podcast clients written in .net? I've been searching for the past hour or so and haven't found anything. There are a lot of free clients out there (and I mean a lot) for .net, but they seem to be lacking a couple of vital features here and there. I need a podcast client that: 1) Supports Proxy and Proxy Authenication (really really annoyed that the place I work is enforcing this) 2) Save files to subscription specific folders (that is one folder per podcast) But ......

Posted On Friday, January 20, 2006 1:10 PM

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