We will be deprecating
dotnet-test-xunit once .NET CLI Preview 3 ships. The
new Visual Studio runner (2.2 beta 4) supports .NET Core tests from the command line
dotnet test) as well as inside the next release of Visual Studio "15".
There will be no more stand-alone .NET Core runner package.
We wanted to highlight the amazing work that Hugh Bellamy has done recently. The majority of the new features that shipped in Beta 4 were provided by him, and there's more to come. Kudos, Hugh!
[MemberData]to allow it to use members from derived types.
Assert.Allnow includes the faulty item in the failure message.
Assert.Equalwhen given two equivalent collections that are different types (f.e.,
?) in the
-methodcommand line option.
IncludedMethodswas changed from exposed as
ICollection<string>, in order to better support the new wildcard method feature. Hopefully this will have minimal impact on runner authors.
For information on using xUnit.net from within Visual Studio, see Running tests with Visual Studio in the Getting Started documentation.