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TestDriven.Net 2.0 is out, and it is exciting!

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Zero Friction Unit Testing has always been TestDrive.Net strongest point, but with this new release, it bring it to a whole new level.

I feel that some of the new features are made for me, take this one for instnace:

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That one was a personal request of mine, and I am going to really worn this botton.

There is now integration with a host of new frameworks, from TypeMock to Zanebug. But this isn't something that make me happy. What does make me Happy is this, Reflector integration:

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Do you see the value that this is going to bring? Just being able to (so very easily) setup breakpoints in any code that I want is a good idea, and being able to go from 3rd party call ot its source at the press of a key is really impressive. This is going to be a shortcut key the moment I can decide which functionality I need the least (Ctrl+X, Ctrl+C, Ctrl+V).

Orand has all the details about using this.

Great work, Jamie.


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