ReSharper 6.1 has just been released. It’s better than 6.0, and it’s a free download, so go and get it. And then download the latest version of xunitcontrib to get support for your xUnit.net tests.
This version contains plugins for ReSharper 6.1, 6.0 and 5.1.3. I plan to only support the most recent revisions of the last two major versions, so that means 6.1 and 5.1.3. So, I’ll be moving 6.0 into the archive release very soon.
This is a small update. The important news is the support of ReSharper 6.1, but there was still chance to squeeze in a new feature.
ReSharper 6.0 added a nice little feature for running the derived instances of test methods defined in an abstract test method. To explain that a bit better, assume you’ve got an abstract base class that contains a test method:
public abstract class AbstractBaseClass
public void TestMethod()
and then a derived class:
public class DerivedClass : AbstractBaseClass
ReSharper 6.x provides support for adding a marker next to AbstractBaseClass.TestMethod that gives a drop down menu allowing you to run TestMethod in one or all of the derived test classes. Something like this:
Unfortunately, 6.0 doesn’t provide enough support to get the naming correct everywhere in the UI. You can either specify the name as DerivedClass.TestMethod (which makes most sense when used in this drop down) or BaseClass.TestMethod (which reads better in unit test explorer and runner windows).
I’ve chosen to use BaseClass.TestMethod, because I think it’s more useful that the names are correct in the unit test explorer/runner windows (the built in nunit plugin uses DerivedClass.TestMethod). Annoyingly, this means the drop down isn’t terribly helpful:
The good news is that this all works correctly in 6.1.
So, what are you waiting for? Go upgrade.