Perhaps many of you use NUnit. It's a great tool. But sometime ago I wanted to make benchmarking and then I discovered Zanebug.
Since I get involved in the project, and now I want to introduce to some of the features that makes Zanebug a better alternative to NUnit.
Zanebug is compatible with NUnit, so you can work with it or Nunit at minimun effort. Just change your references.
Zanebug introduces the Repeat attribute for methods, its works in this way:
This way your code will iterate 100 times. Zanebug will report the time elapsed and the resources used in the GUI.
Method Setup and Teardown
In NUnit you have Setup, and TearDown attributes, that do initialization and termination code for the TestFixture. A nice feature of Zanebug is Method specific setups and teardowns:
public class TestFixture
public void SpecificTestSetUp()
public void SimpleTest()
public void SpecificTestTearDown()
This feature is very useful and I missed on NUnit.
The graphical user interface of Zanebug is more friendly and has more information than NUnit.
Even, you can monitor system performance
There is a lot more on this tool, I suggest you to visit zanebug web site: www.adapdev.com/Zanebug.
Sean McCormack has been doing a great job with this tool and you should try it.