NUnit features a fluent assert syntax, parameterized, generic and theory tests and is user-extensible. This package includes the NUnit 3 framework assembly, which is referenced by your tests. You will need to install version 3 of the nunit3-console program or a third-party runner that supports NUnit 3 in order to execute tests. Runners intended for use with NUnit 2.x will not run NUnit 3 tests correctly. Supported platforms: - .NET 2.0+ - .NET Standard 1.3 and 1.6 - .NET Core


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Install-Package NUnit -Version 3.8.1

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CharliePoole Rob Prouse Chris Maddock Neil Colvin Simone Busoli Joel Dickson Justin Chou Joseph Musser mikkelbu michaelhofer-slg Chris Smith Igor Ziselman Michal Franc GCichosz Andreas Schlapsi Wheeler Weise Nikolay Pianikov MhdTlb Asbjørn Ulsberg Cédric L. Charlier Wojtek Vladimir Kloz Poimen mjedrzejek


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NUnit 3 Framework

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NUnit is a unit-testing framework for all .NET languages. Initially ported from JUnit, the current production release, version 3, has been completely rewritten with many new features and support for a wide range of .NET platforms.

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Downloads

The latest release of the NUnit Framework is available on NuGet or can be downloaded from GitHub.

Documentation

Documentation for all NUnit projects are hosted on GitHub at https://github.com/nunit/docs/wiki.

Contributing

For more information on contributing to the NUnit project, please see CONTRIBUTING.md and the Developer Docs.

NUnit 3.0 was created by Charlie Poole, Rob Prouse, Simone Busoli, Neil Colvin and numerous community contributors. A complete list of contributors since NUnit migrated to GitHub can be found on GitHub.

Earlier versions of NUnit were developed by Charlie Poole, James W. Newkirk, Alexei A. Vorontsov, Michael C. Two and Philip A. Craig.

License

NUnit is Open Source software and NUnit 3 is released under the MIT license. Earlier releases used the NUnit license. Both of these licenses allow the use of NUnit in free and commercial applications and libraries without restrictions.

NUnit Projects

NUnit is made up of several projects. When reporting issues, please try to report issues in the correct project.

Core Projects

  • NUnit Test Framework - The test framework used to write NUnit tests (this repository)
  • NUnit Console and Engine - Runs unit tests from the command line and provides the engine that is used by other test runners to run NUnit tests

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