This version includes the following improvements:
- Libraries for frameworks 3.5 and 4.0.
- Support for NUnit version 126.96.36.19992.
- Several new functions including: greaterThan, greaterThanOrEqualTo, lessThan, lessThanOrEqualTo, shouldFail, endWith, startWith, and ofExactType.
Examples of the functions mentioned above are shown below:
module FsUnit.``Given a bunch of random tests`` open NUnit.Framework open FsUnit [<Test>] let ``When 11 it should be greater than 10``() = 11 |> should be (greaterThan 10) [<Test>] let ``When 11 it should be greater than or equal to 10``() = 11 |> should be (greaterThanOrEqualTo 10) [<Test>] let ``When 10 it should be less than 11``() = 10 |> should be (lessThan 11) [<Test>] let ``When 10 it should be less than or equal to 11``() = 10 |> should be (lessThanOrEqualTo 11) [<Test>] let ``When an empty List it should fail to contain item``() = shouldFail (fun () ->  |> should contain 1) [<Test>] let ``When fsharp it should end with rp``() = "fsharp" |> should endWith "rp" [<Test>] let ``When fsharp it should start with fs``() = "fsharp" |> should startWith "fs" [<Test>] let ``When 1 it should be of exact type int``() = 1 |> should be ofExactType<int>
An example of what this looks like when run in Resharper's Test Runner is shown below:
A Side Note: If you haven't written many tests in F#, the lack of spaces in the test names may surprise you. This is a feature of F# that allows almost any sequence of characters to be enclosed in double-backtick characters (i.e. ``) and consequently treated as an identifier.
I hope you enjoy the latest enhancements to FsUnit. You can find the full source at http://fsunit.codeplex.com/.