- Upgraded to Silverlight 4.0
- Added support for the "Preview" bits of the March2010 Microsoft.Silverlight.Testing released on Jeff's website http://jeffatmix.com
- Support for scenarios where the xap under test had a dependency on ServiceReference.ClientConfig
- When a modal dialog is closed (Debug assertion, or message box). StatLight will now "scrape" the screen for text and information contained within the dialogs to be reported in the test results.
- Added better "auto-detection" for what version of the MSTest version used. (So you don't have to specify the test provider and/or version)
- Item # 10533: Command line option to configure StatLight to run specific test methods.
- Item # 10005: - Full UnitDriven support.
- A new test host was written to support UnitDriven natively. (Allowing you to run your async UnitDriven tests within StatLight)
- Updates to the Xml report
- Modified the way exceptions were reported - broke out the separate parts of an exception to not be a big string (Message, StackTrace, etc...)
- Added support for other internal messages that StatLight could report
- Added support for testing multiple assemblies contained within the same test xap.
Resolved Items from the Issue Tracker
- Item # 10792: - Failure to parse AppManifest.xaml when a Xap was OutOfBrowser enabled
- Item # 10170: - Angle brackets in command line usage examples a bit confusing
- The misleading angle brackets in the example were replaced with quotes
- Item # 10599: - MSTest tests now have support for the Timeout attribute
- This required dropping support for the December2008 and March2009 builds of Microsoft.Silverlight.Testing. If you're still using one of these builds - upgrade :)
- Item # 10479:- when the path to a xap wasn't correct StatLight now reports a more friendly view of the problem.
Other things to note
- The source was moved to github (contributions welcome)
- The internals of StatLight went through a pretty serious re-write.
- Updates to memory usage (in the continuous mode scenario)
- Removed a loop that caused a single thread to max out while the browser was running tests.
- Added "Namespace" to the standard console reporting.
Possible Breaking changes to users
- Removed support for the December2008 and March2009 Microsoft.Silverlight.Testing versions
- If you wrote a project that parsed the Xml report file (say for cc.net), there were some breaking changes (hopefully for the better)
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