MSTestRunner Plugin

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Plugin Information

Plugin ID mstestrunner Changes In Latest Release
Since Latest Release
Latest Release
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Required Core
Dependencies
1.0.1
Jun 06, 2013
1.447
Source Code
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Ido Ran (id: ido_ran)
Usage Installations 2013-Apr 945
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2013-Sep 1177
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2013-Dec 1286
2014-Jan 1356
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2014-Mar 1514

This plugin allow you to execute test using MSTest command line tool.

Description

This plugin allow you to execute test using MSTest command line tool.

MSTest are test classes for .NET framework which are integrated into Visual Studio. You should use a plugin to process the result files, I recommend using MSTest Jenkins Plugin. You should use a plugin to process the result files, I recommend using MSTest Jenkins Plugin.

You can read my post about how to setup Jenkins with MSTest in my blog.

Version History

Version 1.0.1 (06/06/2013)

  • Use workspace path instead of module path to support multi-module build (#2 by blazee)

Version 1.0.0 (31/05/2013)

  • Path to test containers (DLLs) are allowed to have space in them.
  • Test containers can now only be separated with new lines because they are allowed to have space in them.
  • The license of this plugin is now MIT.

Version 0.2.1 (09/14/2012)

  • Fix the bug in which the flag /noisolation was not added by default.
  • Add new option in MSTest config (Manage Jenkins -> Configure System -> MSTest) name Omit Noisolation. Checking this option will omit the /noisolation flag from the call to MSTest.

Version 0.2 (09/02/2012)

  • Add parameter for running MSTest with or without isolation (thanks to roicp #1)

Notice
Due to update in version 0.2 the plugin do not add /noisolation flag by default which break MSTest on some systems.

To work around this problem until then either downgrade to 0.1 or add /noisolation flag in Manage Jenkins -> Configure System -> MSTest -> Default Paramters.

You can upgrade to version 0.2.1 which fix the problem.

Version 0.1 (01/15/2012)

  • Initial release 

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