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Thursday, September 22nd, 2016

NUnit-Summary Becoming an “Official” NUnit Application

NUnit-Summary is an “extra” that I’ve maintained personally for some time. It uses built-in or user-supplied transforms to produce summary reports based on the results of NUnit tests.

I have contributed it to the NUnit project and we’re working on updating it to recognize NUnit 3 test results. The program has never had a 1.0 release, but we expect to produce one soon.

This old post talks about the original nunit-summary program.

Wednesday, September 21st, 2016

Back to Blogging!

My blog has been offline for a long time, as you can see. The last prior post was in 2009!

Recently, I found a backup copy of the old blog and was able to re-establish it. Watch for some new posts in the near future.

Saturday, November 3rd, 2007

Blogging Again

I haven’t done much blogging for a while due – in part – to the enormous amount of Spam my blog was attracting. But I just updated the software and installed a spam filter. I plan to start posting again, and re-open the blog to comments. Hopefully, the spam won’t overwhelm me this time.

Since I last wrote, NUnit 2.4.3 and 2.4.4 have come out as well as NUnitLite 0.1 and 0.2. I’ll blog separately about the status of each of those.

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006

OpenDomain.org Revisited

In an earlier article I wrote about my concern with OpenDomain.org. They had acquired the nunit.net domain andwere offering me the right to use it in exchange for a link. I felt uncomfortable about this, particularly after I learned about their dispute over the WordPress.com domain.

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Monday, May 15th, 2006

NUnit on Microsoft CodePlex?

A reader asks “What is this about?” pointing to the new Microsoft CodePlex site, which mentions NUnit.

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Wednesday, March 1st, 2006

Getting NUnit in China

A Chinese programmer (anonymous until he tells me otherwise) recently wrote to ask me for a copy of NUnit 2.2.7. For some reason, it appears that Sourceforge is not accessible in China. This seems odd to me, since it’s hardly a political site, but the ways of bureaucracy in any country can be hard to fathom.

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Saturday, October 29th, 2005

What’s with OpenDomain.org?

The opendomain.org site seems to have acquired nunit.net, a domain we thought about using but didn’t. Now I’m sorry, since they could use it for pretty much any purpose.

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Thursday, September 8th, 2005

It’s the Tests

I’ve been wanting to get into blogging for a while and this is my first attempt. As the subtitle indicates, I expect to be posting a lot about testing – TDD in particular – but I won’t promise to limit myself to testing topics alone.

After investigating a number of alternatives, I decided to go with WordPress as the engine for this blog. The current format is a modified version of the default WordPress 1.5 theme.