It is neither Nunit nor mstest, but it is easy to translate the test cases to these formats. I implemented a small program to translate it into mstest myself.
|Re: create test case for class [randoop:279642]
11/17/2011 12:50 AM
|Please respond to randoop
thanks, I think I made it, I still have another question, what kind of unit tests Randoop.Net generates? is it Nunit test or ms test? Can we use the mstest to run the generated test cases in command line?
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