In my earlier post, The Death Of NUnit – Will it be Ice?, I adopted the notion – promoted in some mailing list posts – that NUnit might be dead or dying. I identified two big worries: death by ice and death by fire. Ice stood for frozen inactivity on the part of the project itself – failure to move ahead. Fire symbolized competitive forces, which might make NUnit obsolete.
I’ve been occupied with other things and not blogging lately. Meanwhile – in fact this is one of the things I’ve been occupied with – NUnit 2.2.4 was released. People tried it and found a few bugs – NUnit 2.2.5 corrects them.