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  • New attributes: PropertyAttribute, DescriptionAttribute, IgnoreAttribute
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  • Fixed incorrect preprocessor constants (12361, 12411)
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New Features and Enhancements


  • New attributes: PropertyAttribute, DescriptionAttribute, IgnoreAttribute
  • Text runner output may now be redirected (issue 12449)
  • Added VS solution for building under the compact framework (issue 14447)
  • Solutions are no longer bound to Source Control and anonymous access is now possible using several clients

Bug fixes:


  • Fixed incorrect preprocessor constants (12361, 12411)
  • Fixed StackFilter to use correct namespace (12372)
  • Expected Exception is now handled corretly on Compact Framework (1446)

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Note: This will be the last CodePlex release. See http://launchpad.net/nunitlite for further releases.

New Features and Enhancements


  • New attributes: PropertyAttribute, DescriptionAttribute, IgnoreAttribute
  • Text runner output may now be redirected (issue 12449)
  • Added VS solution for building under the compact framework (issue 14447)
  • Solutions are no longer bound to Source Control and anonymous access is now possible using several clients

Bug fixes:


  • Fixed incorrect preprocessor constants (12361, 12411)
  • Fixed StackFilter to use correct namespace (12372)
  • Expected Exception is now handled corretly on Compact Framework (1446)

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Note: This release and future releases will take place on Launchpad - http://launchpad.net/nunitlite
Key Features

  • Send test results to client using TCP
  • Client displays text output from the tests

See http://nunitlite.com/?p=roadmap

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Why an NUnitLite?

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NUnitLite is an Open Source project, available under the Open Source License ("OSL") 3.0.

Why an NUnitLite?

Since it's introduction, NUnit has continued to add more features every year. It's getting a bit complicated - too complicated for some purposes.

Basically, we want NUnitLite to be a very simple NUnit, one that could be included as source right with the tests themselves. It should implement a subset of the features of full NUnit. It can also serve as a test bed for a few new approaches that will probably find their way into the next version of NUnit itself.

The name NUnitLite is, of course, inspired by Mike Feathers' CppUnitLite.

For further information, see

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Welcome to the NUnitLite Project

NUnitLite is a a lightweight test framework for .Net, based on a subset of NUnit's features. It will use minimal resources and will run under .Net 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0, Mono 1.0 and 2.0 profiles and the versions 1 and 2 of the compact framework.

NUnitLite is an Open Source project, available under the Open Source License ("OSL") 3.0.

Why an NUnitLite?

Since it's introduction, NUnit has continued to add more features every year. It's getting a bit complicated - too complicated for some purposes.

Basically, we want NUnitLite to be a very simple NUnit, one that could be included as source right with the tests themselves. It should implement a subset of the features of full NUnit. It can also serve as a test bed for a few new approaches that will probably find their way into the next version of NUnit itself.

The name NUnitLite is, of course, inspired by Mike Feathers' CppUnitLite.

For further information, see

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Welcome to the NUnitLite Project

NUnitLite is a a lightweight test framework for .Net, based on a subset of NUnit's features. It will use minimal resources and will run under .Net 1.0, 1.1 and 2.0, Mono 1.0 and 2.0 profiles and the versions 1 and 2 of the compact framework.

NUnitLite is an Open Source project, available under the Open Source License ("OSL") 3.0.

Why an NUnitLite?

Since it's introduction, NUnit has continued to add more features every year. It's getting a bit complicated - too complicated for some purposes.

Basically, we want NUnitLite to be a very simple NUnit, one that could be included as source right with the tests themselves. It should implement a subset of the features of full NUnit. It can also serve as a test bed for a few new approaches that will probably find their way into the next version of NUnit itself.

The name NUnitLite is, of course, inspired by Mike Feathers' CppUnitLite.

For further information, see

Sunday, September 21, 2008  |  From NUnitLite

Add TcpWriter and TcpUI, which allow the test to write results back through a TCP connection

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Finish moving files from Framework to Constraints subdirs; remove unused namespace references; update NAnt build script to work with version 0.86 of NAnt; hide sample tests from execution when running under NUnit.

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Move Constraint, MessageWriter and MessageUtils from Framework to Constraints namespace

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Remove unused namespace reference

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Do you have the console runner ported to silverlight as well?

Thursday, March 13, 2008  |  From NUnitLite





sagostinho wrote:
Hello there,

I'm doing some development in Silverlight 2.0, but due to the sandbox/architecture I can't use any of the existing frameworks, including NUnitLite. Is there anybody working on this?
If not I would like to try porting NUnitLite to Silverlight.

Any thoughts about this out there?

Best regards!


I have already ported it and have the basics working and passing unit tests. I have also contacted Charlie to try and determin how this should be contributed back to the project but have not yet heard back from him.


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