As someone who is trying to jump into the unit testing world, one of the major problems I had was deciding on using NUnit (which everyone uses) or use MSTest(built in).
I didn’t want to jump into this and realize 500 hours later that I picked the wrong framework. Well, now it seems I don’t have to worry about that as much.
First I was reading this article by Roy Osherove, and somehow I ended up on this page talking about converting between NUnit and VSTS projects, and from there I found a link to this page, which contained this great piece of code:
#If NUNIT Then Imports NUnit.Framework Imports TestClass = NUnit.Framework.TestFixtureAttribute Imports TestMethod = NUnit.Framework.TestAttribute Imports TestInitialize = NUnit.Framework.SetUpAttribute Imports TestCleanup = NUnit.Framework.TearDownAttribute #Else Imports Microsoft.VisualStudio.TestTools.UnitTesting #End If
This allows you do have the came code for NUnit and MSTest. Just change the NUNIT variable and recompile.
The other thing you need to do is use <TestAttribute()> instead of <Test()> on your NUnit tests, but I don’t see the difference there.