I’ve recently started using NUnit on some of my side projects, and the one frustrating thing has been the lack of ability to debug the unit tests.
I know, I can see the “run” external app on the unit test project to point to the nunit directory, or I can run nunit, manually attach to process, etc. But those seem kinda hacky. Or I could shell out money for other solutions.
Well, codeplex has once again saved the day:
NUnitit is a project that adds a new tools menu that will allow you to debug VS projects in NUnit without having to set the execute remote, or attach process. It in will auto detect the NUnit install, so if you have NUnit installed in a different directory, you’ll still be fine. And you aren’t forced to always use NUnit. You can set your projects up for MSTest and NUnit and be able to debug both. I hope it’s