Nunit is supported?

Apr 22, 2009 at 1:52 PM
Did I read in your blog that Specificity was capable of supporting Nunit in addition to MSTest?

Coordinator
Apr 22, 2009 at 2:05 PM
Yes.  Specificity has no reliance on any unit test framework, and thus is usable by all of them.  That said, how friendly it is to use with framework X is not something I've investigated yet.  Since Specificity doesn't reference any unit test framework, its assertions raise an exception type that's foreign to any specific framework.  How well that's handled by any given framework is unknown to me, though I will investigate this and improve things if there are issues before final release.  Those concerns, however, are mostly cosmetic concerns.  All unit test frameworks must do something to fail a test if an "unexpected" exception is thrown, so the only concern is how well the failure reports are displayed.  I suspect most frameworks/test runners will do just fine, I'm just being cautious with my response, since I've not yet done any actual tests with any frameworks other than MSTest.