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Created attachment 1462 [details]
When debugging a nunit test, the debugger steps into framework code even though the "do not step into framework code" option is enabled.
How to reproduce (see attachment):
1) open the solution ;)
2) open Test.cs
3) put breakpoint in the "Run" method (line 12)
4) build the solution (F8)
5) make sure the "debug project code only; do not step into framework code" option in the preferences is ticked
6) switch to "unit testing" view
7) right click on the root item
8) select "Run test with"
9) select "Mono Soft Debugger"
10) when stopped at the breakpoint, use "step into" (F11)
At this point, the debugger steps into TimeSpan.cs framework code.
Doing a similar test with a normal executable, the setting is honored.
MonoDevelop version is 18.104.22.168 RC3, mono is 22.214.171.124
the NUnit test runner isn't properly setting the user assembly list
Should work now.
@Jeffrey: The API didn't support it - I just added a parameter to handle that case, but it's not really a good & clean solution.