This is partly for my future reference, and partly to share the details. If you’re reading this, you’ll likely know that .NET 4 was released almost two months ago. I’ve recently been upgrading my projects to the new framework, and hit a snag with running post-build unit tests via NUnit.
This post has been superseded; a newer one is available covering NCover 5. There’s still useful background information here, but go to the newer post for up-to-date application coverage. Introduction This series has carried on for a while now. In the process, I’ve covered setting up and organizing a Subversion repository for code versioning, using […]
In keeping with my ongoing series of .NET development practices, I have written an introductory article on unit testing code with NUnit.