On 18 Aug., 20:51, "sloan" <sl...@xxxxxx> wrote:
> At the end of the day, things like NUnit are frameworks.
> You have to write the tests. *if you're tests need to get something from
> xml, so be it...you gotta write it.
> Writing tests takes time. *Its not a short-term-gain endeavor.
> "Automated" does not mean auto generate for you.
> Automated means you code 'em up, and with a push of a button or some other
> action (CruiseControl.Net?) you get results back without going through them
> line by line.
Yes sloan i know tests have to be written by our self and preaparing
them the right way normaly takes more time like coding the stuff
itself. I was asking for some allready implemented framework eg. like
NUnit that covers most of the required functionalities (input/output).
CruiseControl.Net was one good idea. Thanks.
I did allready use this kind of software before in one big company. It
was some software from rational that was used to do unit tests and run
code covarege tests. Hoewer we used this under Unix and for a c/c++
My question was more if there are some good tools also for .Net. Money
is not a problem at all.