It's only been a few weeks since v3.0.4 was released, but Jeff has shipped v3.0.5 of Gallio and MbUnit. Full details can be found on his blog but here's a quick list of additions.
- Assert.AreApproximatelyEqual added to MbUnit
- Test Factories (TestSuites) added to MbUnit
- Formatter for objects being tested to be displayed in MbUnit test reports
- AutoCAD Integration for Gallio
- Running x86 tests as 32-bit on x64
- Preview of VS2010 CTP Support for Gallio
- Many other bugfixes and updated tools support
The full list is on Jeff's blog. Download v3.0.5 here and read the documentation here.
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Well, it's taken a while, but I finally received a copy of my new book in the post today. Yay me. Next time - something shorter. I could beat people to death with this thing.
Jeff has announced the release of Gallio and MbUnit v3.0.4.
Today we are releasing v3.0.4 of Gallio and MbUnit. This release incorporates many new features as well improvements for robustness.
New asserts, assertion diffs, 0rdered tests, Rollback, Repeat, ThreadedRepeat, R# 4.1, VSTS, CSUnit, TeamCity, Gallio.Ambience, clickable report links (IE/Firefox integration), and more...
Try it out! Please be aware that there are now separate x86 and x64 installers.
Download here: http://www.gallio.org/Downloads.aspx
Documentation here: http://www.gallio.org/Docs.aspx
The whole alpha / beta thing got too confusing in the end due to scope creep so I dropped it. In any case, this release is pretty much feature-complete.
The full announcement and complete rundown of the new features can be found here on Jeff's blog. Congrats to him, Vadim, Graham and the rest of the team.
Well, it's been a while and as Jeff leads Gallio into the autumn sunshine, it's time to push out a little something for those still using MbUnit v2. You may recall, back in August last year, we launched docs.mbunit.com. Regrettably, it's been quite static since then but now the monster is complete there's some progress.
Here then is a first draft of complete documentation for all the assert classes, attributes, helper and exception classes in the MbUnit.Framework namespace only as found in MbUnit v2.4. Call it the October 2008 CTP if you will.
You can download it from this site until I find somewhere stable to put it. Feel free to let me know what you think of the style, what other MbUnit namespaces you'd like documented in full either here or via the MbUnit-User group.