Bug in 1.4 related to U.I. tests and TeamCity -b and -- teamcity dont work together. If you need U.I. test support it's recommended that you use a recent TeamCity build
- Run tests straight from a test assembly (no xap required)
- You should only have to specify the assembly to be tested.
- StatLight will find all dependend assemblies automatically
- Feature to allow you to export an MSTest xml report Using a Summary Results File with a Generic Test.
- Use the -r option in conjunction with the --MSGenericTestFormat command
- Support for custom unit test providers. (This means StatLight will look within your test assemblies for an implementation of IUnitTestProvider)
- Use the -o, --OverrideTestProvider with a value of MSTestWithCustomProvider
- Example providers
- Updated StatLight build process to include the git hash the build was from as the assembly description attribute.
- Completely removed any UI for better support on a C.I. server. To get any UI tests to run you have to give it the -b option.
- Update auto-detect to detect xunit contrib
- Some benefits to the new architecture outlined above
- Added support for the MSTest AssemblyInitialize and AssemblyCleanup attributes
- Added ability to extend StatLight through MEF See Example
- Say you want to write a Growl plugin?
- Added config options where you can override the default coloring used in the console runner.
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