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How to run all your NUnit tests in a solution in Visual Studio

, 22 Sep 2009 CPOL
An article on always running all your NUnit tests after a build.
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Paul "Jonno" Johnson
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I have over 15 years of development experience, in many different languages, programming styles and platforms. Currently working as a C# coder, and residing in north Herts in the UK. I love lean software development and anything that reduces a grind to leave more time for useful coding!

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