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More NUnit and Nant Tricks, Tips and Examples

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Nant (the .NET version of the Ant build tool) handles a wide range of build, deployment, and test tasks. Stewart Baird digs a little deeper into the .NET development tools Nant and NUnit, with tips and examples to help you with your next project.

This article uncovers more of the .NET software tools NUnit and Nant. (Click here to download the source files for this article.)

Debugging Your NUnit Tests

I've been busy since my last article on Nant—improving my music library! Readers of my earlier Nant article will recall how I demonstrated the use of Nant in software build automation. The software in question was a simple C# Windows Forms application that listed tracks from my CD library. Nant (the .NET version of the Ant build tool) handles a wide range of build, deployment, and test tasks. By the end of the article, you saw Nant build and run the C# sample. (Unfortunately, it also exposed the dated nature of my CD library.)

This time around, I'll take a few minutes to show you how to debug NUnit tests and also describe some of Nant's more interesting features.

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Download Nant from http://nant.sourceforge.net/.

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