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Completing the NUnit Project Template for .NET, Part 2

This article completes the project template by demonstrating how to modify the supporting script to add a reference to import the nunit.framework.dll, how to define the wizard launching file, add the VSDir file entries, and we will take our new test library, created by the template, for a spin around the block.

Hottest Forum Q&A on CodeGuru for the Week of April 18th, 2004

Topics this week include learning the difference between ASSERT and VERIFY, implementing a popup menu that opens on a mousemove when the cursor is on a specific region of a client window, using WaitForSingleObject on windows rather than processes, and why this constructor-usage does not compile.

Hottest Forum Q&A on CodeGuru for the week of April 11th, 2004

This week's topics include preventing the startup pulse from occurring when working with serial ports, starting a program automatically when the user double-clicks the file, blocking all keyboard and mouse input from all active windows except from one window, and why free() does not work.

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