setting up nUnit in the console(nunit-console.exe)

Posted on 2004-10-06
Last Modified: 2010-04-15
Hello, this should be a simple Q and A.

I cannot find the documentation for running my nUnit test output in the console?? Can somebody please point in the direction for attaching nunit-console.exe to my project in

Question by:jrmcdona
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This article covers NUnit and C#.

Never tried it with C# though, but this tutorial should be complete.

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Razzie_ earned 125 total points
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And from the official site:

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