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I have a unittest with the following Assertion at the end:
Assert.Pass("No exception thrown");
When that test runs and gets to the Assert.Pass() call it fails with a NUnit.Framework.SuccessException
Atm we support nunit 2.4.8 which doesn't have this assertion/exception.
Can you please provide a solution/project which reproduces the problem?
I am experiencing the same problem running MonoDevelop 2.9.2 on Mac OSX. It is extremely simple to reproduce this problem. Simply create a unit test like this:
public void PleaseDoNotFail()
Assert.Pass("Please do not fail!");
When running this unit test within MonoDevelop, the test will be reported as failed, and the test output is:
NUnit.Framework.SuccessException: Please do not fail!
It would improve my MonoDevelop experience very much if you could fix this issue.
As a comparison, the test is reported as passed when running the same test e.g. with the NUnit GUI or the Resharper VS integrated unit test component on Windows.