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I have a question about generating a new type while writing a unit test in Visual Studio 2010.
 
I have a project "Donk" for the code and a test project "DonkTest" for the unit tests. The test project has a reference to the project "Donk".
 
In my unit test I write something like
Donk d = new Donk();
The class does not exist, therefore I press CTRL-. and choose "Generate new type...". As location I choose the project "Donk", other data isn't changed.
 
After pressing "OK" I get the message
 
"Generate Type failed: Object reference not set to an instance of an object."
 
Am I missing something?
 
Bye,
 
Stefan
Posted 23-Jan-13 23:57pm
Alpman468

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