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.Net Unit Testing Tools

Typemock Isolator – A powerful mocking framework for .NET unit
testing and Test Driven Development (in Visual Studio).
http://www.typemock.com/learn_about_..._isolator.html
NUnit - A unit testing framework development software that is open
source written in C# (for Visual Studio).

TestDriven.NET - .NET Unit Testing software development tool /
developer tool (add-in) for Visual Studio .NET www.testdriven.net/

xUnit.net - a .NET unit testing software developer tool / development
tool for the .NET unit testing (in Visual Studio).

Aug 22 '08 #1
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mo.sparrow wrote:
Typemock Isolator – A powerful mocking framework for .NET unit
testing and Test Driven Development (in Visual Studio).
http://www.typemock.com/learn_about_..._isolator.html

NUnit - A unit testing framework development software that is open
source written in C# (for Visual Studio).

TestDriven.NET - .NET Unit Testing software development tool /
developer tool (add-in) for Visual Studio .NET www.testdriven.net/

xUnit.net - a .NET unit testing software developer tool / development
tool for the .NET unit testing (in Visual Studio).
Did you have question or was it it just for our information ?

Arne
Aug 22 '08 #2
Arne Vajhøj <ar**@vajhoej.dkwrote in news:48af24c9$0$90269$14726298
@news.sunsite.dk:
mo.sparrow wrote:
>Typemock Isolator – A powerful mocking framework for .NET unit
testing and Test Driven Development (in Visual Studio).
http://www.typemock.com/learn_about_..._isolator.html

NUnit - A unit testing framework development software that is open
source written in C# (for Visual Studio).

TestDriven.NET - .NET Unit Testing software development tool /
developer tool (add-in) for Visual Studio .NET www.testdriven.net/

xUnit.net - a .NET unit testing software developer tool / development
tool for the .NET unit testing (in Visual Studio).

Did you have question or was it it just for our information ?
I call it spam - I just saw this, or something similar, in 90% of the
newsgroups I'm subscribed to. All referenced the first URL, which
immediately raises my suspicion hackles...

Dave C
Aug 23 '08 #3

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