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Subject [16/51] [abbrv] [partial] Cleaning up and getting ready to development towards v4.8
Date Sat, 06 Sep 2014 19:36:27 GMT
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-<h3>NUnit 2.5.9 - Version 2.5.9.10348 - December 14, 2010</h3>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>423611 	Bug 686560 AppDomainUnloadedException not fixed
-<li>498664 	SetUp failure reported as FailureSite.Test
-<li>602761 	nunit-agent hangs after tests complete
-<li>612052 	NUnit-agent should be reused on reload
-<li>655882 	Make CategoryAttribute inherited
-<li>666800 	Throws.Nothing doesn't work properly
-<li>669317 	Loading test in separate process causes exception under Mono+Linux
-<li>669684 	Change Menu text from "Recent Files" to "Recent Projects"
-<li>669689 	Info from last run remains while loading a new project
-<li>671349	Add doc page for SetUICultureAttribute
-<li>671432	Upgrade NAnt to 0.90 or 0.91
-<li>673691 	nunit.exe session degrades with ever-lengthening "Reloading..." phase when test project is recompiled
-<li>674718	Reload when assembly changes setting disabled on Linux
-<li>674860	Using() modifier missing on NUnit.Framework.Contains.Item()
-<li>684513 	NUnit 2.5.8 Build Problems
-<li>684598 	Number of asserts in XML result file always stays 0
-<li>684821 	ResultSummarizer doesn't count tests with [RequiresSTA]
-</ul>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.8 - Version 2.5.8.10295 - October 22, 2010</h3>
-
-<h4>General</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The test file mock-assembly.dll has been enhanced to contain examples of all
-types of test suites for use in development of custom test reports.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>SubDirectoryConstraint has been removed and is replaced by SubPathConstraint, which operates on paths without the need to access the underlying directories.
-<li>Custom attributes may now be derived from ExplicitAttribute.
-<li>New key words "Windows7" and "Windows2008ServerR2" are recognized by the PlatformAttribute.
-<li>A warning is now given if a test changes the current directory.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Console Runner</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>A new /trace option may be used to set NUnit's internal trace level for a console run.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui Runner</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Stability problems with the NUnit Gui under Linux have been resolved and NUnit 2.5.8 is the recommended release for all platforms. Various cosmetic fixes have been made under Linux as well, so that the Gui functions in the same way as it does under Windows.
-<li>A new setting dialog allows control of NUnit's InternalTrace facility, which was previously controlled by an entry in the config file.
-<li>Tests run out of process may be debugged by attaching to the nunit-agent process once,
-since the same process is now used across multiple reloads of the test assembly.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>487999  	 RequiresThreadAttribute not working on Windows 7 64-bit
-<li>491300  	 Self containing enumerables cause stack overflow when compared for equality
-<li>524474  	 NUnit GUI issue: /exclude categories are saved each time
-<li>602761  	 nunit-agent hangs after tests complete
-<li>603088  	 NUnit Gui: Project Config Change from Menu Does Not Change AssemblyWatcher
-<li>608897  	 Incorrect program name in Test Assemblies display under Mono
-<li>612052  	 NUnit-agent should be reused on reload
-<li>613031  	 Subclasses of ExplicitAttribute ignored
-<li>615340  	 Give warning if CurrentDirectory is changed
-<li>624603  	 Outdated copyright notice
-<li>631620  	 UnauthorizedAccessException in DirectoryAssert
-<li>631809  	 Misleading doc of CollectionAssert.AreEqual() and .AreEquivalent()
-<li>633884  	 TestCaseSource does not use Arguments, Categories etc as described in documentation for 2.5.7
-<li>641423  	 Timeout test fails under Mono on Linux
-<li>644252  	 Memory leak in ParameterizedMethodSuite
-<li>644643  	 NUnit uses fonts which may not be present on Linux
-<li>644682  	 Tab text not properly aligned under linux
-<li>644684  	 Tree display text is sometimes centered under linux
-<li>645430  	 Status bar panels not sized correctly under Linux
-<li>650598  	 Exception thrown when nunit-console run from networked drive on unit-tests built with .Net 4
-<li>654788  	 TestContext is null when the test/fixture has a timeout attribute
-<li>655674  	 New Fixture Object Suite requires pre-constructed objects to have a no-arg constructor
-<li>657797  	 Remove InternalTrace settings from config file
-<li>664081  	 Add Server2008 R2 and Windows 7 to PlatformAttribute
-<li>665236  	 Support for Mono 4.0 profile not detected in Linux
-</ul>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.7 - Version 2.5.7.10213 - August 1, 2010</h3>
-
-<h4>Features</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The new <b>TestContext</b> class allows tests to
-access information about themselves. The following properties
-are supported:
-<ul>
-<li><b>TestName</b> gets the name of the test
-<li><b>Properties</b> gets the test properties dictionary
-<li><b>State</b> gets the TestState
-<li><b>Status</b> gets the TestStatus
-</ul>
-<br><b>Notes:</b> 
-<ol>
-<li>This is an experimental feature and could change in future releases. It is not included in the docs at this time.
-<li><b>TestState</b> and <b>TestStatus</b> are intended for use in a TearDown method. Consult the intellisense for values of each enumeration. 
-<li><b>TestStatus</b> should preferred over <b>TestState</b> for compatibility with future releases.
-</ol>
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>570162  FileNotFoundException when loading .nunit file
-<li>595683  NUnit console runner fails to load assemblies
-<li>611325  Allow Teardown to detect if last test failed
-<li>611938  Generic Test Instances disappear
-</ul>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.6 - Version 2.5.6.10205 - July 24, 2010</h3>
-
-<h4>Features</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li><b>ReusableConstraint</b> provides reusability of constraint
-expressions within the test code. This feature is experimental.
-<li>The <b>Mono 4.0</b> profile is now listed in the Gui when support for it is detected.
-<li>Multiple test names may be supplied to the console <b>/run</b> option.
-<li><b>Dictionaries</b> and <b>Hashtables</b> may be tested for equality without regard to order of entries.
-<li><b>PNunit</b> has been updated to match the latest release available.
-<li><b>DirectoryAssert</b>, xxxx and xxx are now marked as Obsolete.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>441022 	Setup not called when test method inherited
-<li>498656 	TestCase should show array values in GUI
-<li>532488 	Constraints from ConstraintExpression/ConstraintBuilder are not reusable
-<li>548841  [Explicit] does not get overridden if there is another category exclude
-<li>570162 	FileNotFoundException when loading .nunit file
-<li>571256 	NUnit 2.5.5 Console Runner Requires /framework flag to run with .NET 4
-<li>574408 	DirectoryAssert fails to recognise the sub folder using IsWithin
-<li>590717 	Category contains dash or trail spaces is not selectable
-<li>590970 	Static TestFixtureSetUp/TestFixtureTearDown methods in base classes are not run
-<li>591622 	When SetUp method fails, no clear indication in GUI
-<li>595996 	Missing files in source package
-<li>600554 	NUnit uses wrong priority-scheme for addins
-<li>600555 	NullReferenceException when ISuiteBuilder.BuildFrom(Type) returns null
-<li>600627 	Assertion message formatted poorly by PropertyConstraint
-<li>601108 	Duplicate test using abstract test fixtures
-<li>601129 	Mono 4.0 not supported
-<li>601645 	Parameterized test should try to convert data type from source to parameter
-<li>602798 	NUnitConfiguration.MonoExePath returns wrong path
-<li>604861 	Console runner /run option should allow multiple test names
-<li>605432  ToString not working properly for some properties
-<li>605793 	Multiple instances of Nunit runners, which use nunit-agent, cannot be run in parallel
-<li>607924 	PNUnit is out of date
-<li>608875 	NUnit Equality Comparer incorrectly defines equality for Dictionary objects
-<li>606548 	Deprecate Directory Assert
-<li>609509  Test assembly file lock in version 2.5.5 
-</ul>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.5 - Version 2.5.5.10112 - April 22, 2010</h3>
-
-<h4>Features</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The Runtime Version dropdown on the <b>Project Editor</b> dialog
-now includes only major and minor version numbers like 2.0 or 4.0.
-When loading the tests, these versions are resolved to the highest 
-version of the particular runtime available on your system. You may
-still enter a complete version number in the text box if desired.
-<li>The <b>DatapointsAttribute</b> may now be specified on properties
-and methods as well as fields. For parameters of type T, the attribute
-now supports members of Type <b>IEnumerable&lt;T&gt;</b> in addition
-to arrays of the parameter Type.
-<li>Timeouts are now suppressed when running under a debugger.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>FileNotFoundException when test assembly is built for x64 platform.
-<li>Config files not found with /domain:Multiple.
-<li>SetCultureAttribute ignored on parameterized test methods.
-<li>NUnit not recognizing .NET 4.0 RC or Final Release.
-<li>TestFixtureTearDown in static class not executed
-<li>Failing tests in sample files AssertSyntaxTests.cs and AssertSyntaxTests.vb.
-<li>Invalid XML character in TestResult.xml when a test case string argument
-uses certain control or unicode characters.
-</ul>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.4 - Version 2.5.4.10098 - April 8, 2010</h3>
-
-<h4>Features</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>NUnit now defaults to running an assembly under the runtime version for
-which it was built. If that version is not available, a higher version may be
-used. See the <a href="runtimeSelection.html">Runtime Selection</a> 
-page for details.
-<li><b>ProjectEditor</b> now provides a 'Default' selection for the runtime
-version to be used.
-<li>The XML result file format has been enhanced to provide additional information
-needed to identify and report on theories and also includes extended result states
-such as Inconclusive, Invalid, Error and Cancelled.
-<li>The <b>EmptyConstraint</b> (Is.Empty) may now be used with a <b>DirectoryInfo</b>
-to test whether the directory is empty.
-<li>Datapoints for <b>boolean</b> and <b>enum</b> arguments are now generated 
-automatically for theories.
-<li>The cache path for shadow copying is now saved in the NUnit settings file
-rather than in the config files. The settings dialog may be used to change it
-if necessary.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>NUnit crashing when a message contains ']]>'
-<li>Replace compile-time exclusion of code from Mono with run-time test
-<li>Message associated with Assert.Inconclusive() not shown in XML
-<li>Category on test case clashes with category on the test method
-<li>Console crash when specifying /domain:Single with multiple assemblies
-<li>Incorrect relative path causing problems in saving projects
-<li>Message associated with Assert.Pass() not shown in XML
-<li>Tests with ExpectedException compiled against NUnit 2.4 always pass under 2.5
-<li>Datapoints with a null value were not being passed correctly to theories
-<li>Error in XML output with FSharp.Net
-<li>Documentation refers to files missing from Windows install
-<li>Parameterized test fixtures with null parameters not handled correctly
-<li>Theories now work as designed, failing when no data satisfies the assumptions
-<li>Target framework of net-3.5 was causing console to crash
-<li>Mono stack traces are now parsed correctly in the Gui
-<li>Test failures under .NET 1.1
-<li>Thread CurentPrincipal set in TestFixtureSetUp not maintained between tests
-</ul>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.3 - Version 2.5.3.9345 - December 11, 2009</h3>
-
-<p><b>Note:</b> This is the first release of NUnit on Launchpad.
-   
-<h4>Features</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Test execution under .NET 4.0 is now supported. It may be selected
-    in the Gui runner or using the console runner /framework option.
-	NUnit test projects may specify .NET 4.0 as the required framework
-	to be used for loading the the project. PlatformAttribute allows 
-	testing for .NET 4.0.
-<li>The distribution now includes nunit-agent-x86.exe, which is used
-    for running tests in a separate process under nunit-x86.exe
-	or nunit-console-x86.exe when the target framework is .NET 2.0
-	or greater.
-<li>Static methods Contains.Substring() and Contains.Item() have been
-    added to the NUnit syntax for compatibility with NUnitLite.
-<li>Non-public test fixtures are now allowed in all cases, 
-    whether the TestFixtureAttribute is present or not.
-<li>Abstract classes may now be marked with TestFixtureAttribute
-    to indicate that derived classes are to be treated as 
-	test fixtures. The abstract class is no longer marked as invalid.
-<li>Fixtures without tests are no longer shown as non-runnable but
-    are simply executed. If the fixture setup or teardown does not cause
-	an error, they are reported as inconclusive.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Reloading tests in the Gui no longer uses the default runtime if
-    a different runtime was previously selected.
-<li>Thread principal is now saved before each test and restored afterward
-    eliminating failures under .NET 4.0.
-<li>Assume.That() overload with a message no longer results in test failure.
-<li>An expected Result of null is now handled correctly on parameterized tests.
-<li>Duplicate caching of metadata has been eliminated, resolving a
-    load performance problem when many methods are inherited from
-	a base class.
-<li>The names of nested generic and non-generic classes are now displayed 
-    correctly.
-<li>Assert.Catch&lt;T&gt; now correctly returns exception type T rather than
-    System.Exception.
-<li>ValueSourceAttribute now works correctly when used with an external type.
-<li>The /domain=None option on nunit-console once again works correctly.
-<li>Parameterized test fixture names are now displayed with the actual
-    arguments used so that failures may be associated with the correct
-	instantiation of the fixture.
-<li>Test labels for generics are now displayed correctly by the console
-    runner and in the Gui text output tab.
-<li>Generic fixtures without type attributes provided are now shown
-    as non-runnable rather than causing a runtime error. (1)
-<li>Use of an unknown file type in the console command line no longer causes
-    an error. (2)
-<li>A number of tests that ran incorrectly under Linux have been fixed.
-<li>A number of tests failing under .NET 4.0 have been fixed.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Notes</h4>
-
-<ol>
-<li>As a side effect of this fix, TestFixtureAttribute on a base class is
-    overridden by a TestFixtureAttribute on the derived class. 
-<li>This was originally reported as "crash when using /option in linux."
-</ol>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.2 - Version 2.5.2.9222 - August 10, 2009</h3>
-
-<p><b>Note:</b> This is the last release of NUnit using source code
-   maintained on Sourceforge. The CVS repository there will be kept,
-   but no longer updated. After this release, the source is being
-   maintained on Launchpad at http://launchpad.net/nunit-2.5.
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The new <b>SetUICultureAttribute</b> allows setting CurrentUICulture
-    for the duration of a test method, fixture or assembly.
-<li>The <b>TestFixture</b>, <b>TestCase</b> and <b>TestCaseData</b> attributes
-    have been enhanced to allow ignoring an individual fixture instance or
-	test case. Two new named parameters are provided:
-	<ul>
-	<li><b>Ignore</b> may be set to true to ignore an item.
-	<li><b>IgnoreReason</b> may be set to specify the reason for ignoring
-	    the item. If IgnoreReason is set to a non-empty string, then setting
-		Ignore is optional.
-	</ul>
-<li><b>Assert.Catch</b> has been added with several overloads. It differs
-    from <b>Assert.Throws</b> in accepting exceptions derived from the one
-	that is specified. Like <b>Assert.Throws</b>, it returns the exception
-	thrown when it succeeds so that further tests can be made on it.
-<li>The <b>Throws</b> syntax has a number of new additions:
-    <ul>
-	<li><b>ThrowsTargetInvocationException</b>, <b>ThrowsArgumentException</b>
-	    and <b>Throws.InvalidOperationException</b> provide a shorter syntax
-		for testing for these common exception types.
-	<li><b>Throws.InnerException</b> applies any constraints to the InnerException 
-	    of the exception that was thrown rather than to the exception itself.
-	<li><b>InnerException</b> can also be used in constraint expressions - see
-	    the documentation for an example.
-	</ul>
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Data from a TestCaseSource in a separate class from the tests
-    is now handled correctly.
-<li>Arguments specified using TestCaseData are now used correctly.
-<li>Comparing the a stream to itself no longer causes an error.
-<li>TimeoutAttribute is now permitted on an assembly as documented.
-<li>Clear All and Clear Failures buttons are now displayed correctly
-    depending on whether Checkboxes are displayed in the Gui.
-<li>The console runner option descriptions have been revised to
-    more clearly indicate what each option does.
-<li>Running special tests that do not use the nunit.framework assembly
-    no longer causes a null reference exception.
-<li>Console Runner option descriptions have been edited for accuracy.
-<li>Gui TreeView now updates correctly when the order of tests has changed.
-<li>An exception in TearDown now displays the actual exception
-    at the top of the stack rather than a TargetInvocationException.
-</ul>
-<style><!--
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-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5.1 - Version 2.5.1.9189 - July 8, 2009</h3>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>A new <b>TestResult</b> state has been defined for tests cancelled by the
-    user. Results with <b>ResultState.Cancelled</b> are reported as a type of
-	failure and no longer generate an ApplicationException.
-<li>Parameterized test fixtures with <b>TestCaseSource</b> or <b>ValueSource</b> 
-	data are now constructed using the appropriate parameterized constructor 
-	when test cases are being created. This avoids the need for a default
-	constructor and permits use of member data initialized from
-	the fixture parameters in creating the test data.
-<li>The <b>TestCaseData</b> class now supports use of a string or other
-    array type as the sole argument value, without the need to nest
-	that array in an object array.
-<li>Abstract classes marked with <b>TestFixtureAttribute</b> are no longer
-    reported as ignored or non-runnable.
-	<br><br>
-	<b>Note:</b> This was changed in 2.5 but was omitted from the release notes.
-<li>The methods in the <b>Text</b> class are now marked as obsolete. For string 
-	constraints, use one of the following at the start of an expression:
-	<ul>
-	<li><b>Is.StringContaining</b>
-	<li><b>Is.StringStarting</b>
-	<li><b>Is.StringEnding</b>
-	<li><b>Is.StringMatching</b>
-	</ul>
-	Within an expression (afer Not, Some, All, And, Or, etc.) you may use
-	<ul>
-	<li><b>Contains</b> or <b>ContainsSubstring</b>
-	<li><b>StartsWith</b>
-	<li><b>EndsWith</b>
-	<li><b>Matches</b>	
-	</ul>
-<li><b>ThrowsConstraint</b> now has a constructor taking an <b>ActualValueDelegate</b>
-    in addition to the constructor that takes a <b>TestDelegate</b>. This allows
-	simpler use of Lambda expressions under C# 3.0, but requires users of pre-3.0
-	compilers to disambiguate their delegates by use of an explicit return
-	expression.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Core</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Individual test cases under a parameterized test are
-    no longer sorted by name within the test group but are
-	run (and shown in the Gui) in the order in which the
-	data is retrieved.
-	<br><br>
-	<b>Note:</b> Since the order of retrieval of custom
-	attributes is not guaranteed by the CLR, the order
-	of test cases will not necessarily match the textual
-	ordering of attributes in the source code. The order
-	of tests will vary across different compilers and
-	CLR versions as well.
-<li>The XML test result file now contains a count of 
-	inconclusive results.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The default icons in the Gui tree have been updated.
-<li>Alternative icons placed by the user in the directory containing
-    nunit.uikit.dll may now be in PNG format. Icons are now recognized
-	for Skipped and Inconclusive status in addition to Success, Failure
-	and Ignored.
-<li>A new setting option allows the user to disable checking for the 
-    existence of files in the Recent Files list before listing them. This
-    prevents NUnit from appearing to freeze when the file is on a network
-    path that is no longer connected.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Extensibility</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The <b>ITestCaseProvider2</b> and <b>IDatapointProvider2</b> interfaces
-    extend <b>ITestCaseProvider</b> and <b>IDatapointProvider</b>
-    with methods that include the fixture for which the test case is being
-    built. Providers may implement either the old or the new interface, 
-	but the new interface is required if the data source is contained in
-	the test fixture itself so that the fixture may be constructed with
-	the proper parameters in the case of a parameterized fixture.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Lambda in Throws constraint was not compiling correctly.
-<li>Null reference exception is no longer thrown when adding an assembly to a 
-    new project that has not yet been saved.
-<li>Dispose is now called on disposable types created while loading test case 
-    parameters.
-<li>Installations that copy NUnit to a single folder (no lib or framework folders) 
-    now work correctly.
-<li>Test Assemblies menu item is no longer enabled when no test was loaded
-<li>The Text Output tab of the Settings dialog no longer causes an exception
-    when invoked from the mini-gui.
-<li>Errors in various copyright statements were fixed and the year updated to 2009.
-<li>Control characters in test arguments are now escaped in the display.
-<li>Additional control characters are now escaped in error messages.
-<li>Miscellaneous typographic corrections were made to the documentation.
-</ul>
-<h3>NUnit 2.5 Final Release - Version 2.5.0.9122 - May 2, 2009</h3>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>A new syntax element, <b>Matches(Constraint)</b>, allows use of
-custom constraints, predicates or lambda expressions in constraint expressions.
-
-<li>The <b>MessageMatch</b> enum used with <b>ExpectedExceptionAttribute</b>
-has been extended with a new value <b>StartsWith</b>, indicating that the
-exception message must start with the string provided.
-
-<li><b>TestCaseAttribute</b> now supports a <b>MessageMatch</b>
-property.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The File menu now allows selecting an alternate runtime,
-such as Mono, on a machine with multiple CLR implementations
-installed. This feature is still considered experimental and
-may change in the future.
-
-<li>The combo box in the Project Editor allowing selection of
-a particular runtime type such as Mono for loading the test
-has been re-enabled.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Provided a workaround to a Mono 2.4 bug in handling remote 
-references to an interface, where the provider is running under
-MS .NET and the implementation is explicit.
-
-<li>Fixed a problem with the display of line numbers from a German
-language stack trace, with lines terminating in a period.
-
-<li> The Console Runner display now shows the settings for ProcessModel,
-DomainUsage and RuntimeFramework actually provided, before resolution
-of any defaults.
-
-<li> Removed references in the docs to pages that no longer exist.
-</ul>
-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5 Release Candidate - Version 2.5.0.9117 - April 27, 2009</h3>
-
-<h4>General</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The installation now uses a 'lib' subdirectory to hold dlls.
-
-<li>The build script target names have been changed to make more sense.
-In particular, 'package' now builds the default package and
-targets not intended to be called directly are no longer listed
-as 'Main Targets' by the -projecthelp option.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The following Constraints now use the NUnit definition
-of equality in comparing items, which may lead to changed behavior 
-of some tests.
-   <ul><b>
-   <li>UniqueItemsConstraint
-   <li>CollectionContainsConstraint
-   <li>CollectionEquivalentConstraint
-   <li>CollectionSubsetConstraint
-   </b></ul>
-The constraints listed now accept the <b>IgnoreCase</b> and <b>Using</b>
-modifiers, which work exactly as they do with <b>EqualConstraint</b>
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Core</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Caching is now used to reduce the time required to load tests.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>A new submenu under <b>File</b> allows selecting a runtime version
-under which to reload the tests. Reloading in this way does not affect
-any runtime version setting in the project file.
-
-<li>The project editor now provides a combo box listing known versions
-of the runtime. Other versions may still be entered in the edit box.
-Cross-CLR execution (for example, running Mono from .NET) has
-been disabled in the Gui, since it isn't yet implemented.
-
-<li>The new stack trace display now follows the NUnit Font settings.
-The stack display uses the general gui font, while the source code
-display uses the fixed font.
-
-<li>The separate settings for Recent Files under .NET 1.1
-and .NET 2.0 have been combined, since the Gui now runs exclusively
-under .NET 2.0.
-
-<li>The time required to restore the visual state of the tree after
-reloading has been substantially reduced, especially for large numbers
-of tests.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Use of a long assembly name for the ApplicationName of the AppDomain
-was causing excessively long paths in the shadow cache.
-
-<li>The <b>Using</b> modifier of <b>EqualConstraint</b> now works as
-expected for string operands.
-
-<li><b>TestCaseAttribute.ExpectedExceptionMessage</b> is no longer ignored.
-
-<li>The max number of files setting was not being saved when modified
-in the Gui Settings dialog.
-
-<li>As a temporary fix, the pnunit.tests.dll has been moved to the 
-same directory as pnunit-agent.exe and pnunit-launcher.exe, since
-pnunit tests don't allow for setting an appbase separate from the
-location of the test assembly.
-</ul>
-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5 Beta 3 Release - Version 2.5.0.9096 - April 6, 2009</h3>
-
-<h4>General</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The Gui is now built against .NET 2.0 only. Tests may still
-be run under .NET 1.x by running in a separate process.
-
-<li>The Visual Studio 2003 solution has been removed. Framework
-and other components may still be built under .NET 1.x through
-the NAnt script.
-
-<li>The nunit.framework.extensions assembly has been removed
-from the build.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li><b>EqualConstraint</b> has been enhanced with
-    several new modifiers, which may be used immediately after
-	the Within(...) modifier to indicate how a numeric tolerance value
-	should be interpreted.
-	<ul>
-	<li><b>Ulps</b> = as units in the last place (floating point only)
-	<li><b>Percent</b> = as a percentage of expected value
-	<li><b>Days</b> =  as a TimeSpan in days
-	<li><b>Hours</b> = as a TimeSpan in hours
-	<li><b>Minutes</b> = as a TimeSpan in minutes
-	<li><b>Seconds</b> = as a TimeSpan in seconds
-	<li><b>Milliseconds</b> = as a TimeSpan in milliseconds
-	<li><b>Ticks</b> = as a TimeSpan in ticks
-	</ul>
-
-<li>The comparison constraints (<b>GreaterThan</b>, <b>LessThan</b>, etc.),
-    <b>RangeConstraint</b> and <b>CollectionOrderedConstraint</b> may now be used 
-	with 	objects that implement <b>IComparable&lt;T&gt;</b>.
-    
-<li>The syntax used for specifying that a collection is ordered has changed.
-    <b>Is.Ordered</b> is now a property. The property name to use for ordering
-	is specified using <b>Is.Ordered.By(name)</b>.
-	
-<li>The following constraints now accept a <b>Using</b> modifier to indicate
-    that a user-specified comparer should be used:
-	<ul><b>
-	<li>EqualConstraint
-	<li>GreaterThanConstraint
-	<li>GreaterThanOrEqualConstraint
-	<li>LessThanConstraint
-	<li>LessThanOrEqualConstraint
-	<li>RangeConstraint
-	<li>CollectionOrderedConstraint
-	</b></ul>
-	The provided comparer may be any of the following:
-	<ul><b>
-	<li>IComparer
-	<li>IComparer&lt;T&gt;
-	<li>Comparison&lt;T&gt;
-	</b></ul>
-	In addition, <b>EqualConstraint</b> may use:
-	<ul><b>
-	<li>IEqualityComparer
-	<li>IEqualityComparer&lt;T&gt;
-	</b></ul>
-</ul>
-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5 Beta 2 Release - Version 2.5.0.9015 - January 15, 2009</h3>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>NUnit now includes an implementation of <b>Theories</b>, similar to what
-    is found in JUnit. Support for Theories is provided by the
-	<b>Theory</b>, <b>Datapoint</b> and <b>Datapoints</b> attributes and by
-	the <b>Assume.That</b> method. For more information and further links, 
-	see the <a href="theory.html">TheoryAttribute</a> 
-	documentation page.
-<li>AssertionHelper has been updated so that the Expect overloads now
-    include the signatures newly introduced for Assert.That.
-<li>The code for Assert is now generated. This is in addition to the files 
-    that were generated in beta-1.
-<li><b>AfterConstraint</b> has been renamed to <b>DelayedConstraint</b>.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Console</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The console runner now supports a <b>/framework</b> option, which
-    allows running the tests under a different version of the CLR.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The Gui is now able to display the source code for test or production
-    code from the stack trace, provided the assemblies contain source code
-    information and the source code is available. Contributed by Ir�n�e Hottier.
-<li>Reloading the tests after changing settings in a way that modifies
-    the shape of the tree is now handled correctly.
-<li>The Settings Dialog now opens to the page that was last viewed.
-</ul>
-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5 Beta 1 Release - Version 2.5.0.8332 - November 27, 2008</h3>
-
-<h4>General</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Most of the code for elements of the constraint
-    syntax is now generated. This allows us to more rapidly deploy new 
-	constraints with their corresponding syntax. The file <b>SyntaxElements.txt</b>
-	contains the specifications used in generating the code. At this time,
-	we are including both this file and the generated files with the NUnit source,
-	so that those working in other areas of the code don't have to regenerate 
-	them each time they make changes.
-<li>The nunit.core.extensions assembly has been removed from the build. Features
-    that were previously in that assembly are now in the nunit.core assembly.
-<li>All third-party addins have been removed from the build and must be
-    downloaded separately from their own sites. An index of such
-	addins is maintained on the NUnit site.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-<ul>
-<li>New attributes are provided to control use of threads by tests. All of
-   the following may be used on methods, classes or assemblies:
-   <ul>
-   <li><b>RequiresThreadAttribute</b> forces creation of a new thread and
-       may optionally indicate the desired ApartmentState for the thread.
-   <li><b>RequiresSTAAttribute</b> causes the test to run in the STA. A
-       new thread is created only if the parent is not in the STA. On
-	   methods, the .NET-provided STAThreadAttribute may also be used.
-   <li><b>RequiresMTAAttribute</b> causes the test to run in the MTA. A
-       new thread is created only if the parent is not in the MTA. On
-	   methods, the .NET-provided MTAThreadAttribute may also be used.
-   <li><b>TimeoutAttribute</b> is used to set the timeout for tests. When
-       used on classes or assemblies, the timeout value is used as the
-	   default timeout for all subordinate test cases. Test cases with
-	   a timeout value run on a separate thread and return a failure
-	   message if the timeout is exceeded.
-   </ul>
-<li>The <b>MaxTimeAttribute</b> specifies a miximum elapsed time for a
-	test case. If the test takes longer, it is reported as a failure.
-	This attribute was previously available as an extension.
-	<br><br>
-	<b>Note:</b> Unlike <b>TimeoutAttribute</b>, <b>MaxTimeAttribute</b>
-	does not cause the test to be cancelled, but merely times it.
-<li><b>RepeatAttribute</b> causes a test case to be executed multiple
-    times. This attribute was previously available as an extension.
-<li><b>PairwiseAttribute</b> now works, generating all pairs of each
-    argument value. [In earlier betas, it was unimpemented and simply
-	generated all combinations.]
-<li><b>PropertyAttribute</b> has been modified internally to use a dictionary
-    of name/value pairs rather than just a single name and value. This feature
-	is not exposed for direct use, but may be accessed by derived attributes
-	that want to apply multiple named values to the test. For a simple 
-	example of usage, see the code for <b>RequiredThreadAttribute</b>.
-<li>The presence of <b>TestCaseSourceAttribute</b> on a method is now
-    sufficient to identify it as a test. As with <b>TestCaseAttribute</b>,
-	use of <b>TestAttribute</b> is optional.
-<li><b>Assert.That</b> has been extended to allow a delegate or a reference 
-	as the argument. By default, these are evaluated before being used by
-	the constraint supplied but some constraints may delay evaluation. The
-	new <b>AfterConstraint</b> is an example.
-<li>An additional overload of <b>Assert.Throws</b> allows passing a
-    constraint or constraint expression as the first argument.
-<li>The syntax for AttributeConstraints has been enhanced so that further
-    tests may be applied to properties of the attribute rather than just
-	checking for its existence.
-<li><b>AfterConstraint</b> allows delaying the application of a constraint
-    until a certain time has passed. In it's simplest form, it replaces
-	use of a Sleep in the code but it also supports polling, which may
-	allow use of a longer maximum time while still keeping the tests as
-	fast as possible. The <b>After</b> modifier is permitted on any
-	constraint, but the delay applies to the entire expression up to the
-	point where <b>After</b> appears. 
-	<br><br>
-	<b>Note:</b> Use of After with a simple value makes no sense, since
-	the value will be extracted at the point of call. It's intended use
-	is with delegates and references. If a delegate is used with polling,
-	it may be called multiple times so only methods without side effects
-	should be used in this way.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Core</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>NUnit now supports running tests in a separate process or in
-    multiple processes per assembly. In addition, tests run in
-	a separate process may use a different runtime version
-	from that under which NUnit is running.
-	<br><br>
-	<b>Note:</b> In the Beta release, execution of tests under Mono 
-	from a copy of NUnit that is running under .NET is not yet supported.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Console</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The new <b>/process:xxxxx</b> command line option is used to run
-    tests in a separate process or in multiple processes per assembly.
-<li>A new commandline option, <b>/timeout:nnnn</b> allows you to specify a
-    default timeout value, which is applied to each test case in the run without
-    a Timeout specified.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The Assembly Info display now uses a scrolling text box and has
-    been enhanced to show information about the Process and AppDomain
-	in which the test is running and the runtime version under that
-	is being used.
-<li>The Project Editor now allows setting the ProcessModel and
-    DomainUsage for a project to control how that project is
-	loaded and run. It also supports setting a target runtime
-	framework for each configuration. If the target runtime is
-	different from the runtime under which NUnit is running, the
-	tests will be run automatically in a separate process under
-	the target runtime.
-<li>The Project Editor no longer reloads the tests as each
-    individual change is made. Tests are reloaded after the
-	editor is closed and only if changes have been made to
-	the overall project configuration or to the active
-	configuration.
-<li>The "Options" dialog is now called "Settings."
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Extensibility</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The implementation of constraints has been changed so that it is no
-    longer necessary to create an additional "Modifier" class when a
-	custom constraint takes modifiers. If you simply implement each modifier
-	as a property or method returning the object itself, it will be 
-	usable in the full range of constraint expressions.
-	<br><br>
-	<b>Note:</b> Although you can readily create custom constraints,
-	this release of NUnit still lacks the ability to create new syntactic
-	elements without rebuilding the framework.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Loading a single assembly and then adding another assembly using
-    the Add Assembly menu item was not working correctly.
-<li>Reloading tests after settings changes was failing when the
-    new settings changed the shape of the tree in such a way
-	that the new tests didn't match the old ones correctly.
-<li>The Reload Project menu item was followed by a prompt asking
-    if the current project state should be saved first and making
-	the reload work in an unexpected way if you answered yes.
-<li>A class without a TestFixture attribute, containing only
-    TestCase methods, without any Tests, was not recognized as
-	a test fixture.
-<li>Assert.DoesNotThrow was failing to display a user message.
-<li>Xml documentation for Assert.IsNotEmpty and Assert.AreEqual
-    was incorrect.
-<li>CollectionAssert.AreEqual and EqualConstraint were not
-    working with IEnumerables that were not also Collections.
-<li>PlatformAttribute now distinguishes correctly between
-    Vista and Windows 2008 Server.
-</ul>
-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5 Alpha 4 Release - Version 2.5.0.8528 - September 14, 2008</h3>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-<ul>
-<li>Use of the TestFixtureAttribute is now optional in designating
-    classes that contain tests.
-<li>More than one method may now be marked with the <b>SetUp</b>, <b>TearDown</b>,
-	<b>TestFixtureSetUp</b> and <b>TestFixtureTearDown</b> attributes. Setups
-	in a base class are executed before those in a derived class and teardowns
-	are executed in the reverse order. If there are multiple setups or teardowns
-	defined at the same level, the order is unspecified so this practice is
-	not generally recommended.
-<li>The <b>FactoryAttribute</b> and <b>TestCaseFactoryAttribute</b> introduced 
-   in alhpa-3 have been removed. The new <b>TestCaseSourceAttribute</b> allows
-	specification of the name of the source of test cases and - optionally - the 
-	type providing the source if it is not the same as the type that contains the 
-	test. Only one source may be specified per attribute but the attribute may be 
-	applied more than once to indicate multiple sources.
-<li>It is now possibe to specify Categories and Properties on test cases
-    defined using the TestCaseData class.
-<li>Named fields, properties or methods may be used to provide values for
-    individual method parameters using the new <b>ValueSourceAttribute</b>.
-<li>New constraints and corresponding syntactic constructs are provided: 
-	<ul>
-	<li><b>Is.InRange</b> tests that a value lies within a specified range.
-	<li><b>Has.Attribute()</b> tests for the presence of a specified attribute
-		on a type.
-	<li><b>Is.AssignableTo</b> allows reversing the operands of AssignableFrom 
-		for increased clarity in the code and in any error messages when the
-		actual value is of the derived type.
-	<li><b>Throws.Exception</b> allows testing the exception thrown by a
-	    delegate in place and provides the ability to make arbitrary tests
-		on the caught exception. <b>Throws.TypeOf()</b> and <b>Throws.InstanceOf()</b>
-		are provided as shorthand for the commonly used <b>Throws.Exception.TypeOf()</b>
-		and <b>Throws.Exception.InstanceOf</b>.
-	<li><b>Throws.Nothing</b> provides for testing that a delegate does
-	    not throw. While it doesn't do much, it serves the purpose of
-		converting an unexpected error into a test failure.
-	</ul>
-<li>The parsing of constraint expressions written using the fluent interface
-    has been reorganized internally, with the following benefits:
-    <ul>
-	<li>Meaningless sequences like "...Null.Null..." or "...And.Or..."
-	    will no longer compile - the NUnit tests actually verify this
-		by attempting to compile them.
-	<li>Syntax modifiers like <b>Within</b> and <b>IgnoreCase</b> are
-	    now only accepted - and shown by intellisense - on constraints that
-	    actually make use of them.
-    <li>New <b>And</b> and <b>Or</b> infix operators are provided.
-	<li>The <b>With</b> provides some ability to group constraints.
-    </ul>	
-    
-	<p><p><b>Note:</b> Operators are evaluated in the following order:
-	<ol>
-	<li>Postfix modifiers (highest)
-	<li>Not Operator
-	<li>And operator (see below)
-	<li>Or operator  (see below)
-	<li>With operator
-	<li>Some, None and All operators
-	<li>And operator when followed directly by Some, None or All
-	<li>Or operator when followed directly by Some, None or All
-	<li>Overloaded operator &amp;
-	<li>Overloaded operator | (lowest)
-	</ol>
-	Operators of equal precedence associate left to right.
-	
-<li>The "syntax helper" classes, <b>Is</b>, <b>Has</b>, <b>Text</b> and
-    <b>List</b> have been moved to the NUnit.Framework namespace, since they 
-	seem to have entered the mainstream.
-<li>NUnit 2.5 is able to recognize, load and run NUnitLite tests.
-<li>PropertyConstraint now works with Types when testing for the
-    existence of a named property.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Core</h4>
-<ul>
-<li>Experimental support is provided for running tests in a separate process.
-    Currently, this is only exposed in the Gui runner.
-<li>NUnit recognizes a special attribute on
-    the config element of the nunit project file, <b>runtimeFramework</b>,
-	which may be set to "net-1.1" or "net-2.0." This causes use of the
-	appropriate runner if tests are run in a separate process.
-	<p><p>
-	<b>Note:</b> Both of the above features are experimental and
-	somewhat fragile. Results are expected to vary for different
-	installations and we ask that problems be reported.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The Addin Dialog now shows an error message for any addin that
-    fails to load.  (from 2.4.8)
-<li>The TestLoader settings dialog provides an option for running tests
-    in a separate process.
-<li>The Assembly Info display now shows two runtime versions for each
-    test assembly: the one for which it was built and the one under
-	which it is currently loaded.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Extensibility</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The <b>RequiredAddinAttribute</b> is now only permitted at the assembly level.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Bug Fixes</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The Gui output panes were failing to use a fixed font. (from 2.4.8)
-</ul>
-
-<h3>NUnit 2.5 Alpha 3 Release - Version 2.5.0.8189 - July 7, 2008</h3>
-
-<h4>General</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>NUnit now uses a new version numbering scheme. The first three
-    dot-separated values represent the release level, as before, while 
-	the fourth is a build number tied to the date of the release. This 
-	alpha release, for example, is numbered 2.5.0.8189.
-<li>The NUnit source now includes a VS2008 project, in addition to
-    the existing VS2005 and VS2003 projects
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Framework</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li><b>DataSourceAttribute</b> has been replaced with <b>FactoryAttribute</b>.
-    The new attribute may refer to any field, method or property that 
-	provides test cases consistent with the signature of the method on which
-	it appears. The naming of this attribute is still a bit unsatisfactory
-	and it may change in the final release. 
-<li>The new <b>TestCaseFactoryAttribute</b> class may be used to mark a
-    field, method or property that provides test cases. It specifies the
-	argument types of the test cases that will be provided and is used
-	to identify the cases to be used when the name of a factory is not
-	specified.
-<li>Data may be specified for individual arguments of a parameterized test
-    using the new attributes: <b>ValuesAttribute</b>, <b>RangeAttribute</b>
-	and <b>RandomAttribute</b>. By default, test cases are created using
-	every possible combination of the items provided. Attributes on the
-	test method may specify how data is combined. This release includes
-	<b>SequentialAttribute</b>, <b>CombinatorialAttribute</b> (the default) and 
-	<b>PairwiseAttribute</b>. However, Pairwise combination is not yet
-	implemented, so that attribute is currently ignored.
-<li><b>TestFixture</b> classes may now be generic. They must be marked with
-    or or more instances of <b>TextFixtureAttribute</b> using the new
-	constructor that takes an array of Types. NUnit will instantiate
-	the fixture multiple times, using the type arguments provided.
-<li>Parameterized test methods may now be generic. NUnit will deduce
-    the correct implementation to use based on the types of the
-	parameters provided.
-<li>The new <b>RequiredAddinAttribute</b> may be used to mark tests,
-    fixtures or assemblies, indicating the name of any addin that is
-	required to run the tests. If the addin is not present, the test,
-	fixture or assembly is marked NotRunnable.
-<li>A new assertion and corresponding constraint <b>IsOrdered</b>
-    has been added. (contributed by Simone Busoli)
-<li><b>PlatformAttribute</b> has been extended to accept the new keywords
-    <b>NT6</b>, <b>Vista</b> and <b>Win2008Server</b>.
-	<br><br>
-	<b>Note:</b> In the current alpha release, NUnit is unable to 
-	distintuish between Vista and Windows 2008 Server. Either
-	of them will match all the above values.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Gui</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>Properties with a collection for a value are now displayed
-displayed as a comma-separated list in the properties window.
-</ul>
-
-<h4>Extensibility</h4>
-
-<ul>
-<li>The <b>IParameterProvider</b> interface has been replaced with
-    <b>ITestCaseProvider</b>. The ParameterProviders extension point
-	has been renamed to TestCaseProviders.
-<li>A new extension point, <b>DataPointProviders</b>, has been
-    added to support extensions that provide data for individual
-	test parameters. Extensions must implement the <b>IDataPointProvider</b>
-	interface.
-<li>A simpler method of providing new data point extensions based
-    on attributes applied to the parameter itself is also available.
-    Such attributes may be derived from <b>ValuesAttribute</b> and
-    do not require any special addin in order to work.
-</ul>
-
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