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Introducing NUnit
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To write and execute NUnit test cases, you must download and install the NUnit framework. The remainder of this section will assume that this step has been completed. Before we get to integrating MSBuild with NUnit, let s first see how you can write some NUnit test cases. Follow these steps to create a simple NUnit solution that you can write some unit tests within: 1. Create a new project named NUnitEx1 with Visual Studio. 2. Add nunit.framework as a reference to this project. 3. Change the name of the class to NUnitEx1.cs.
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CHAPTER 4 EXTENDING MSBUILD
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Now you should have something in the Solution Explorer that looks like Figure 4-2.
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Figure 4-2. NUnitEx1 Solution Explorer
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If NUnitEx1.cs is not already open, then open it. We will show how to create some simple test cases within it and execute them using the NUnit executor. To write NUnit test cases within this class, you will need to add the using NUnit.Framework statement at the top of this file. NUnit is driven by reflection and attributes; if it is given a set of assemblies, it will examine those assemblies looking for classes that contain NUnit tests. When those classes are found, it will in turn look for and execute individual test cases contained in those classes. To signal that a class contains test cases, you must place the TestFixture attribute on the class and, to show that a method is a test case, add the Test attribute to it. NUnit uses a few other attributes; we will discuss some of those in a bit. In the NUnitEx1.cs file, add the TestFixture attribute to the class. NUnit test cases have a few requirements: They must have a Test attribute. They must be a public method. They must return void. They must be parameterless. In the NUnitEx1.cs class, create a method called TestStringEqual that meets the previous requirements. NUnit, like most other unit testing frameworks, uses assertions to determine what the expected behavior is. The NUnit.Framework.Assert class is used for this purpose, and each assertion method will contain an expected and actual value, a condition to check, or a reference to an object. Depending on the method called, a check will be generated against them to ensure that the expected value was produced during the test. You have six ways to invoke an assertion, as listed in Table 4-7.
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CHAPTER 4 EXTENDING MSBUILD
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Table 4-7. NUnit Assertions
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Description
Determines whether the expected value and actual value is the equal. This uses the System.Object.Equals method as opposed to the == operator. Compares the expected value to the actual value by the reference. This uses the System.Object.ReferenceEquals method to determine whether these two objects are the same instance. Checks to ensure the condition evaluates to false. Checks to ensure the condition passed in evaluates to true. Checks to make sure the object passed in is null. Checks to ensure the object passed in is null.
IsFalse IsTrue IsNotNull IsNull
From the test case you created earlier, you can include a simple assertion. Refer to the following method: [Test] public void TestStringEqual() { string testString = "Hello NUnit"; Assert.AreEqual(testString, testString); } In this method, you have created a string, testString, and passed it into the Assert.AreEqual method for both the expected value and the actual value. When the NUnit engine passes over this class, it will notice that it contains test cases, and it will execute the TestStringEqual method inside it. Since the assertion passes, so should the test case. You ll now add a few more simple test cases, and then you ll run the test cases using NUnit s GUI runner. This is the class with a few more passing tests: [TestFixture] public class NUnitEx1 { [Test] public void TestStringEqual() { string testString = "Hello NUnit"; Assert.AreEqual(testString, testString); Assert.AreSame(testString, testString); } [Test] public void TestIntEqual() { int intValue = 5; Assert.AreEqual(intValue, intValue); } [Test] public void IsTest ()
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