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Created attachment 1515 [details]
Test Pad fails to load. Error: Could Not Load Type NUnit.Core.RemoteTestRunner
I just upgraded to Ubuntu 11.04 and got the new Monodevelop with it. The Unit Test pad fails to load test classes. So I upgraded to version 2.8.6 (http://monodevelop.com/Download from there instead of Ubuntu repositories) but I still got the same error.
I'm running a 64bit machine and in prior versions this was working fine. Now not even the most simple test can be loaded.
I'm attaching a screenshot of what I get. It fails at NUnit.Core.RemoteTestRunner
I have several testing projects and this is a big issue for me. I never expected this to stop working.
I have tried uninstalling and reinstalling components. I have also tried changing the target platform and even the .Net target framework from 2.0 all the way to 4.0 and still nothing in any combination.
Let me know if you need any more info and just instruct me on how to get it to you.
The problem is the nunit version 2.5.x isn't supported by that version of monodevelop. You should set the reference to the monodevelop bundled version.
I think 2.4.x - I suppose it has to do with a mono framework upgrade ?
We updated nunit to 2.6.0 lateley - therfore I close that one. If it's important you could try a build from src. That's the fastest solution.