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There are a few locations in the NCrunch UI where animations are used. One example is the "Spinner" that is always visible at the bottom right of the screen.
With the increase in the use of Remote Desktop sessions for programming, this causes the session to use an additional 10fps. This isn't particularly noticeable on a fast link, but if you're on a slow or lossy link it can be the difference between it being tolerable and unusable.
It would be nice to have the option to switch off the animation (happy to keep the "notches" there to indicate how…1 vote
Would it be possible for NCrunch to provide support so a test runs in a guaranteed parallel environment (the Code Under Test is hit with at least 2, or maybe N threads at the same time).
Perhaps a test would only pass If the results from all the threads passed and also failed after a given time indicating a possible dead lock.1 vote
Since MacOs seems to become more popular for .NET Developerts, nCrunch should run under MacOS.1 vote
Display Total execution everywhere.
For instance i ordered my tests in Ncrunch "Project/Namespace/Fixture/Test".
I am using Xunit.
I can see TotalExecution for TestClass but not for Project/Namespace
so if I am interested in simple question, "How much total time ALL tests execution takes", I can't answer.
Total should be available for each ROW in "Ncrunch tests window" output, No matter is it project or namespace, fixture or test.
Just SUM all items "below"
Same for other things, where is a possibility to aggregate them off-course.1 vote
We have Browse to workspace button in Advanced sub-menus.
its nice to add
Reveal test in tests window button, somewhere there. with hotkey.
just to quickly navigate to test window and select this test.2 votes
WE have some tests that require a large start up time in the BeforeTestRun. In these tests we start a browser and then run all the tests in the batch in the browser sequentially. When NCrunch uses small batches this makes the tests runs very long as the overhead of the startup outweighs the test run time.
I think an option to control the batch size would help. I can see two options:
An attribute: this could work like the Atomic attribute, except that rather than running all the tests together, it would put all those tests in the same…1 vote
Windows and VisualStudio is now officially supported by Microsoft https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/d/windows-dev-kit-2023/94k0p67w7581
It would be really useful to test if our code also runs correcly on ARM12 votes
I would like to see in the UI how long an active test has been running for.
Scenario: A long running test is running > 1 minute and I would like to know how long it has been running so I can decide if I should abort the test run or continue waiting.1 vote
When the coverage markers show a red dot, it has always baffled me that there's no obvious way to get from there to the point of failure. Clicking on the dot shows all the tests that go through it, with a cross or tick showing success or failure, but what I've always wanted to do was to be able to double click on a red X and be taken directly to the line on which the failure occurred. (Or failing that, at least to be taken to the NCrunch Tests panel, with the relevant test highlighted.)
Perhaps there's some shortcut…3 votes
Would like to request an option to treat project references as binary references if they are no part of the current solution or if they have the 'Ignore this project completely' option enabled.
The reason for this is I work on a large codebase (thousands of projects and deep dependency tree) and our build environment requires that we use ProjectReference for our references (with some projects having dozens of references).
We do have a custom tool that copies the project's dependencies (the corresponding binaries for all the project references) from our build shares. We then pass the "/p:BuildProjectReferences=false" option to…2 votes
Similar to VStudio's TestExplorer.ToggleShowFailedTests
Feature: Be able to bind shortcut keys to the toolbar button "Show passing tests" (and thus probably also "Show failing tests", "Show unexecuted tests" and "Show ignored tests").
Scenario: I am looking for a specific test so I browse through tests and dbl click/investigate it in the hierarchical view. When I found test I want to work with I pin it via kbd shortcut (since I am in the editor after I just dbl clicked it) and now I want to hide all passing tests in 'NCrunch Tests' window to only show my pinned one.
Here's a new idea: I'd like to be able to set a "failure baseline" in a project with a lot of failing tests.
Granted, such a project shouldn't exist in the first place! But I'm sure many of us have had the experience of getting to a new workplace where nobody's run the unit tests for a while, and suddenly the new guy runs them and there are hundreds failing.
Of course, the ideal thing would be to stop everything and fix them all. But try explaining to management why we can't fix bugs or write new features for a…2 votes
In the test window, I would love to be able to click on a node and choose "expand all" to expand all children nodes.2 votes
I got a solution with 117 projects. Oftentimes, I will sketch the implementation of a new subsystem and only partially test-cover it while doing the sketch. Once I'm satisfied with the shape and usage, I switch over to completely test-covering it. When doing this, it's helpful to look at the metrics view NCrunch provides.
However, because of the number of projects, it's a bit tedious to navigate to the right project, open the right namespace etc.
If there was a textbox on top which would represent a filter on project-names and namespaces that would automatically filter the list on…2 votes
Actually In Az Devops, we all use others products, mostly free for ours CI/CD pipelines.
(for (1) tests result export for quality gates, (2) "test coverage" threshold and (3) "performance" flags (why not a new product with performance regression test on is(even in main product)
even the horrible dotcover has a free tasks. I would like to use NCrunch out-of-the box there, simple drag and drop3 votes
When I am inside the source code of a Test, I'd like to have a button in the NCrunch test window that automatically focuses, inside the NCrunch test window itself, the entry corresponding to the test I am editing.
I already can do a similar thing with Visual Studio's Solution Explorer: if I am editing a source code file, I can press the "sync with active document" button in the toolbar of the solution explorer and get the source code I am editing highlighted in the solution explorer treeview, without having to browse the whole tree by myself.
I would…1 vote
The behaviour I am suggesting is the same of the native show "symbol references" visual studio popup window. (I am referring to that popup that opens when you click on the "<n> references" tag visual studio shows on top of method and properties declarations)
it is a pop up, but in its top-right corner there is a icon that, when clicked, turns it in a docked tab in the editor that does not go away.
the current approach (a simple popup window that goes away as soon as you start interacting with the editor) makes this list of very little…1 vote
This feature is amazing, but find my self only on the top 5-10 most resource prone functions... would like to have a filter somehow to only show top 10% or with some kind of threshold.
My case: A secondary screen dedicated to Ncrunch split between NC metrics/hot spots/tests (and sometime visual studio tasks/error list) can be kind of busy (really)
I think think everyone could benefit1 vote
NCrunch Metrics Cleaner - Filter Button to not show projects with 100% Coverage, similar to the unit tests, to hide passed tests...
Maybe in settings: add threshold for filter for team current objectifs: my usecase: for legacy project with 20% coverage we had millestone to increas to 50% and then 80* now we are in average 95%...
well a second monitor split between metrics, unit tests and hot spots can be quite busy,
I think think everyone could benefit1 vote
MSTest suports overriding certain behavior in the TestClass and TestMethod attributes using inheritance.
This blogpost describes the pattern well: https://www.meziantou.net/mstest-v2-customize-test-execution.htm
Ncrunch currently does not discover tests with custom attributes as tests, so this customization is not available using NCrunch3 votes
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