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auto create unit test s

Does anyone know some templates or a way to reverse engineer class library code to create unit tests?  I first got interested in doing then when I saw it done for mbunit.. but I don't think that that works now. So if there are some alternatives out there please let me know.
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pashcroftCommented:
If you go to http://www.nunit.org and click on the download link, you can get the latest .NET unit testing harness and it's source code.

You're best of using that, because most industry unit testing in .NET languages (vb.Net, c#, ect) is currently done on that (sort of a defacto industry standard).

Also i have heard rumours that .NET 2005 will come with this sort of unit testing.
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jayrodAuthor Commented:
I use Nunit now... I don't need an automated test runner.. but unit test creator...
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pashcroftCommented:
You might have to explain a bit more what you mean.  I've been unit testing for years and obviously missed what you want.
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jayrodAuthor Commented:
ya but as far as I know he is using something else and stopped that project... I was looking for an alternative.. but I guess one doesn't exist :(
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