The NUnit 3 Test Adapter runs NUnit 3.x tests in Visual Studio 2012 and newer.
This adapter works with NUnit 3.0 and higher only. Use the NUnit 2 Adapter to run NUnit 2.x tests.
or the latest pre-release version
The NUnit3TestAdapter wiki is the best place to start.
Also check the release notes.
Visual Studio 2017 is the minimum required version to build the adapter.
.\build -t test at the command line to build and run complete tests.
To create a package use
.\build -t package
To run and debug tests on .NET Framework, load
From Visual Studio 2019 version 16.2 preview 4 it is possible to run tests against a selected target framework in the test project, so one can use this to run .NET Core tests.
An alternative approach is to make use of the command line. If you need to frequently debug into .NET Core tests, you can temporarily switch the order of the
mock-assembly tests are not for direct running.
See https://github.com/nunit/docs/wiki/Packaging-the-V3-Adapter for more details.
The NuGet package and the VSIX contain source-linked PDBs for the adapter. If you’re in the middle of a debugging session and realize you’d like to be able to step into NUnit adapter code, set breakpoints and watch variables, follow these steps.