Getting Visual Studio 2012 Test Explorer to work with NUnit,xUnit and SpecFlow
September 4, 2012
Yes, it’s this is another “hey this is a cool feature of Visual Studio 2012” post. If you know all about the new Test Explorer and how to get NUnit, xUnit and by association SpecFlow to work with it - you can stop reading here. For me it took awhile to get up and running.
I don’t remember where I first read about it but I remember that I was happy to read that Visual Studio 2012 comes with a new Test Explorer. What’s really cool about it is that it’s no longer limited to just MsTest tests, but can run NUnit, xUnit … you name it.
This means that my SpecFlow tests can be run from the new Test Explorer as well. You know, all SpecFlow actually does is translating the Gherkin lines you write into unit tests of your framework of choice. It should just...