NUnitLite for Silverlight

first post: sagostinho wrote: Hello there, I'm doing some development in Silverlight 2.0, but...

latest post: erichexter wrote: Do you have the console runner ported to silverlight as well?

works with XNA

first post: TriangleMan wrote: Just thought I'd report that NUnitLite seems to work great with XNA...

latest post: cpoole wrote: Good to hear! I'm hoping to hear from folks using it on other platf...

Compact Framework Support

first post: dclavey wrote: Hi, I am a Mobile Developer and am very interested in a NUnit Test ...

latest post: cpoole wrote: I haven't been keeping up with the forums here and haven't been upd...

Latest Build: 5644 has some compile error message...

first post: chicken867 wrote: First, NUnitLite is a great idea, work very good in my web site pro...

latest post: cpoole wrote: OK, I checked it out and back in, which should fix it. It doesn't s...

Assert.That

first post: trayburn wrote: So I had some time today to sit down and consider how I might imple...

latest post: cpoole wrote: I set up a small test and managed to get the following test to run ...

Test of Rmail

first post: cpoole wrote: Testing forwarding of the RSS feed via email

NUnitLite Vision

first post: cpoole wrote: I've created a page with a simple Vision statement for NUnitLite. W...

latest post: cpoole wrote: I've revised both the Vision and the Features pages. See what you t...

Will there be an exe runner?

first post: cpoole wrote: We could deliver a set of APIs and require the user to include a ma...

latest post: cpoole wrote: Your answer is a bit deeper than I was after, but interesting. :-) ...

Which CLRs should we work with?

first post: cpoole wrote: Tim suggested in a comment to the NUnitLite Vision page that we sho...

latest post: trayburn wrote: I would not use hard to support, but CF1.0 has significantly limite...

Should we port or start from scratch?

first post: cpoole wrote: One possibility for beginning coding is to start porting existing c...

latest post: cpoole wrote: Tim, it sounds as if you know a bit about the compact framework iss...

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