dinov at microsoft.com
Tue Jan 3 18:54:44 CET 2012
When the development was all done inside of Microsoft we had a gated check-in system called SNAP. TestRunner was a just a simple way to dump all of the metadata about the tests from that system and have an easy way to run them all. It wasn't necessarily meant to be a long-term solution.
I know some of the tests have started being moved over to Nunit, maybe they all could be moved over.
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Subject: [Ironpython-users] TestRunner
Is there a specific reason that IronPython is using TestRunner as opposed to just extending something like xUnit or NUnit?
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