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Test Window Filter

I would like a filter in the test window that "show only tests that should runs automatically due to configured Engine Mode"

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  • Bart Joy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Remco, in answer to your question:
    > I'm trying to establish if people want this because they find NCrunch's 'Ignored Tests' to be too limited/cumbersome.

    I think the engine-mode based filter would allow users to easily "ignore" and "unignore" tests. Sometimes I don't want to permanently filter out tests by ignoring them, but only focus on a particular subset that's appropriate to what I'm working on now.

  • Bart Joy commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    I would like tests to be hidden in the UI for a variety of reasons:

    1. I've ignored them in NCrunch.
    2. I've marked the test as `Explicit` via the NUnit attribute, and don't want to run it manually.
    3. I've added a category and configured the engine mode to exclude that category.
    4. I've configured the engine mode to exclude tests via other criteria, such as Serial tests.

    Right now, I can hide tests under category 1. However, for any other scenario, such as 2, 3, and 4, I have to either put up with the NCrunch Tests window being very cluttered with tests that I don't care about right now, or manually find those tests and mark them as ignored.

    It would be great if I could tell NCrunch to only show tests that are candidates for being run under my current engine mode. Everything else is just UI clutter.

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