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To demonstrate using this task I have created a simple class containing some test cases, as shown in the following class de nition.
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using System; using NUnit.Framework; namespace Unittest.Proj1 { [TestFixture] public class TestOperators { [Test] public void TestAddition() { int result = 1 + 1; Assert.AreEqual(2, result); result = 100 + 1; Assert.AreEqual(101, result); result = 1005 + (-1); Assert.AreEqual(1004, result); } [Test] public void TestSubtraction() { int result = 1 - 1; Assert.AreEqual(0, result);
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result = 100 - 1; Assert.AreEqual(99, result); result = 1005 - (-1); Assert.AreEqual(1006, result); }
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This class is located in the Unittest.Proj1 project. Now we need to create an MSBuild le that can be used to execute the unit tests in that project for us using the NUnit task, shown in the following nunitExample.proj le.
<Project xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/developer/msbuild/2003" DefaultTargets="UnitTest"> <Import Project= "$(MSBuildExtensionsPath)\MSBuildCommunityTasks\MSBuild.Community.Tasks.targets" /> <ItemGroup> <UnitTestProjects Include="$(MSBuildProjectDirectory)\Unittest.Proj1\Unittest.Proj1.csproj"> </UnitTestProjects> </ItemGroup> <PropertyGroup> <NUnitResultFile>$(MSBuildProjectDirectory)\nunit-result.xml</NUnitResultFile> </PropertyGroup> <Target Name="UnitTest"> <!-- Build all the projects in UnitTestProjects --> <MSBuild Projects="@(UnitTestProjects)" /> <!-- Execute the test cases, if any fail so will the build --> <NUnit Assemblies="@(UnitTestProjects)" OutputXmlFile="$(NUnitResultFile)" /> </Target> </Project>
In this MSBuild le I have declared the UnitTestProjects item, and included the Unittest. Proj1.csproj le. Also note that the MSBuild.Community.Tasks.Targets le is imported using the MSBuildExtensionsPath reserved property. This property points to the suggested location for third-party targets and tasks. The Import element declared makes the NUnit task, and many others, available for use. They should be located in a directory under that path. This typically points to the folder C:\Program Files\MSBuild. Also there is a related property, MSBuildExtensionsPath32, which is for tasks and targets that have 32- and 64-bit versions. In the UnitTest target, the default target for this le, I rst build the project, then
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invoke the NUnit task against it. In this example I have chosen, for simplicity, to pass the project le as the NUnit input le. The listing shown in Figure 7-7 captures the results of executing this MSBuild le.
FIGURE 7-7 NUnitExample.proj passing result
From the output shown, we can see that the Unittest.Proj1.csproj le was built, and then the test cases executed via the NUnit task. If any test cases were to have failed, then the build itself would have failed. To demonstrate this behavior I have added the following failing test case to the TestOperatros class.
[Test] public void TestDivide() { int numerator = 100; int divisor = 20; int result = numerator / divisor; Assert.AreEqual(6, result); }
To see how a failing test would affect the build, I executed the nunitExample.proj one more time. The result is shown in Figure 7-8. As stated, since there was at least one failing test case, the entire build failed. The failures are also summarized at the end of the build. Now that we ve described how we can use the NUnit task, we can take a look at how we can create a reusable targets le to simplify the process of invoking it.
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FIGURE 7-8 NUnitExample.proj failing result
I have created a reusable targets le, nunit.targets, which can be used across products. I will show portions of the le in this chapter but you can see it in its entirety in the sample sources. The following snippet contains some key elements of this le.
<Target Name="ValidateNUnitSettings"> <!-- Validate assumptions that are contracted <Error Condition="'$(NUnitOutputDir)'==''" Text="NUnitOutputDir property not defined" /> <Error Condition="'@(NUnitAssemblies)'==''" Text="NUnitAssemblies not defined" /> <Error Condition="'%(NUnitAssemblies.ProjectName)'==''" Text="Atleast 1 item in NuitAssemblies doesn't have metadata 'ProjectName' defined." /> <Error Condition="!Exists('%(NUnitAssemblies.FullPath)')" Text="Couldn't locate assembly at: %(NUnitAssemblies.FullPath)" /> </Target> <PropertyGroup> <!-- Declare target dependencies here --> <UnitTestDependsOn> $(UnitTestDependsOn); BeforeUnitTest; ValidateNUnitSettings; UnitTestCore;
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DetectNUnitFailures; ReportNUnitFailures; AfterUnitTest; </UnitTestDependsOn> <UnitTestCleanDependsOn> $(UnitTestCleanDependsOn); BeforeUnitTestClean; CoreUnitTestClean; AfterUnitTestClean; </UnitTestCleanDependsOn> </PropertyGroup>
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<Target Name="UnitTest" Inputs="%(NUnitAssemblies.Identity)" Outputs="@(NUnitAssemblies->'$(NUnitOutputDir)%(ProjectName).UNITTEST.xml')" DependsOnTargets="$(UnitTestDependsOn)" /> <Target Name="UnitTestCore" Outputs="%(NUnitAssemblies.Identity)"> <Message Text="Start UnitTest for @(NUnitAssemblies->'%(Fullpath)')" /> <MakeDir Condition="!Exists('$(NUnitOutputDir)')" Directories="$(NUnitOutputDir)" />
<Message Condition="'$(GenBuildDebugMode)'=='true'" Text="Calling NUnit on:%0a%0d@(NunitAssemblies,'%0a%0d')" /> <PropertyGroup> <NUnitContinueOnError Condition="'$(NUnitContinueOnError)'==''">true</NUnitContinueOnError> </PropertyGroup> <!-Don't rely on NUnit stopping build on failed unit test, we have more work after wards --> <NUnit Assemblies="@(NUnitAssemblies)" OutputXmlFile="@(NUnitAssemblies->'$(NUnitOutputDir)%(ProjectName).unittest.xml')" ContinueOnError="true"> </NUnit> <ItemGroup> <_NUnitReportFiles Include="@(NUnitAssemblies->'$(NUnitOutputDir)%(ProjectName).unittest.xml')" /> </ItemGroup> </Target> <Target Name="CleanUnitTest" DependsOnTargets="$(UnitTestCleanDependsOn)" /> <Target Name="CoreUnitTestClean"> <MakeDir Directories="$(NUnitOutputDir)" Condition="!Exists('$(NUnitOutputDir)')" /> <ItemGroup> <_OldNUnitResultFiles Include="$(NUnitOutputDir)**\*.unittest.xml" /> <_OldNUnitResultFiles Include="$(NUnitOutputDir)**\*.FAILED.xml" /> </ItemGroup> <Delete Files="@(_OldNUnitResultFiles)" /> </Target>
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