dotCover 1.1, dotTrace 4.5 Performance RC builds + known issue with MSTest
We’ve fixed a couple of issues since Beta 2 builds, such as buttons not working in some cases in dotCover’s Show Covering Tests pop-up, inaccurate system requirements check in dotTrace, and a pack of exceptions. Please help us verify that these release candidates are OK for public releases later this month.
There’s also something we should make you aware of regarding using dotCover 1.1 with MSTest. If you’re a MSTest user, you might have noticed that per-test statistics and incremental merge for MSTest tests executed with dotCover 1.1 from Visual Studio can sometimes be out of sync with actual results. This is due to the way that MSTest runner is implemented in ReSharper 5.x. The updated MSTest runner in ReSharper 6 will fix this issue, resulting in more accurate MSTest coverage results. dotCover 1.1.1 containing this fix will be available shortly after ReSharper 6 release this summer.
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