Re: Unit Testing in .Net

I've had good success with NUnit.

On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 10:25 AM, Kerneels Roos <kerneels@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Hi, I've investigated NUnit and it'the GUI is quite accessible with JFW.
> Also interested in MBUnit / Galeo but haven't tested the GUI yet. Unit
> testing seems like a brilliant way to develop better code and keep it
> working while changing things.
>
> Advantage of NUnit is that the syntax is XUnit compatible, so what you
> learn there directly applies to a host of other unit test frameworks and
> languages. The more advanced Galeo / MBUnit is also XUnit compatible should
> you need more power later on.
> Could anyone recommend a good book on this topic / some comments of your
> own experience? I hope unit testing isn't just an accademic ideal but
> actually something that can be done economically.
>
> I found this e-book (PDF, epub and mobiM):
> http://www.manning.com/osherove/
> but it's from 2009 and doesn't seem to cover Galeo.
>
> Any comments most welcome!
>
> Regards,
> Kerneels
>
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