NCrunch 1.35 now supports VS11

by Remco 18. October 2011 17:01

I've just pushed out NCrunch 1.35 this morning.  This is another incremental release with a few new fixes and goodies.

Highlights for this release include:

  • Support for the new Visual Studio 11 Developer Preview (via separate installer)
  • The ability to change coverage marker types (so you won't be stuck with the circles unless you really really like them!)
  • Improved NUnit support

.. And this is along with the usual round of fixes and compatibility improvements.  Thanks everyone for your help in reporting problems and sending bug reports - this is making a huge difference in stabilising the application.

Have a look at the latest changes in 1.35b, and go grab yourself a build!

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Phillip Haydon
Phillip Haydon Australia
11/8/2011 1:55:15 PM #

Hey, when will you be changing the assemblies to be shadow-copied, I can't use NCrunch at all because it literally breaks the ability to build multiple solutions that do assembly referencing.

Remco
Remco New Zealand
11/9/2011 9:13:54 AM #

Shadow copying will be coming soon.  The last few releases were focused mostly on improving compatibility for various test runners and build configurations, and I'll be putting more of a focus on engine improvements and new features from now on.  Trust me - the locking of assemblies is something that bothers me too, and I very much want to fix it.

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