[Mono-dev] SPAM-LOW: Distributed execution of Mono unit tests
charlie at nunit.com
Sat Oct 21 21:47:30 EDT 2006
I've been holding off answering this, trying to find the bandwidth
to take a serious look. It's not happening... :-(
Based on a quick look, this is pretty interesting. Have you
had to make internal changes in NUnit to do it? Would the new
(just released) extensibility mechansim make it possible to create
a cleaner separation? We could identify further extension points
to allow this.
Just a few things to think about. I'd be glad to talk about it
when things calm down a little - mid-November I hope.
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> Hi all,
> We are about to start a project in collaboration with a local
> university. We are about propose some last year projects for
> 5th year students. Here at Codice Software we will give them
> support and so on.
> So, would you find interesting (Charlie?) trying to use pnunit
> (pnunit.codicesoftware.com) to execute Mono's project unit
> tests?? We could try to put some resources on it, helping the
> guys at the university, if you and them both find it interesting?
> There could be maybe one of two students working on that, and
> about the same people from the company (ok, we would just
> help part time).
> What do you think?
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