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UppercuT - Automated Builds - Test Category Filters

I'm happy to announce that UppercuT now has test category filters.  The NUnit Task had them by default. To get categories added to MbUnit Task, I had to go back to the source code and add them. I followed the same format that NAnt-Extensions used:

    <exclude name="${dirs.build}\*Database*dll" />
    <exclude name="${dirs.build}\*.Integration*dll" />
    <exclude name="${dirs.build}\TestFu.dll" />
    <include name="${dirs.build}\*Test*dll" />
    <include name="${dirs.build}\*.Specs*dll" />
    <exclude name="Database" />
    <exclude name="Integration" />
    <exclude name="Slow" />
    <exclude name="NotWorking" />
    <exclude name="Ignore" />
    <exclude name="database" />
    <exclude name="integration" />
    <exclude name="slow" />
    <exclude name="notworking" />
    <exclude name="ignore" />

That has been added in Revision 111. Keep in mind when you get the latest version, you will need to replace MbUnit.Tasks.dll in your NAnt folder as well.

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Print | posted on Saturday, June 6, 2009 12:20 PM | Filed Under [ Code UppercuT ]


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