[IronPython] ironpython and NUNIT
curt at hagenlocher.org
Wed Jun 25 18:00:52 CEST 2008
I haven't tried to use Alex's adapter, though it looks rather interesting.
The reason why the adapter is necessary is that frameworks like NUnit rely
on the ability to attach CLR attributes to your methods, something which we
can't do today for IronPython.
Have you considered using the native "unittest" library? Granted, it
doesn't have "a nice GUI", but it works pretty well. The module itself is
part of the standard CPython library, which we're not yet including with
IronPython so you'll have to download it yourself from python.org. You can
see documentation for it at http://docs.python.org/lib/module-unittest.html.
One advantage of unittest.py is that it should work the same for IronPython
1.x and 2.x because it's implemented in pure Python and therefore not
dependent on the IronPython hosting APIs.
On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 8:17 AM, Kaveripakam, Sathish <
Sathish.Kaveripakam at phonak.com> wrote:
> Hello All,
> i am trying to use the NUNIT with Ironpython using VS2005, .NET 2.0
> version (
> http://blog.bittercoder.com/CommentView,guid,ef0c495d-6804-4d6e-9537-ce238b6047c3.aspx#commentstart ),
> but I am not able to get the things going. Could any one had issues with the
> usage ?
> Are there any test frameworks available which will work with iron python ?
> any pointers/hints are welcome.
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