Written by the original inventor of NUnit v2, xUnit.net is the latest technology for unit testing C#, F#, VB.NET, and other .NET languages. This software supports additional XML elements is used by the The trait node contains information about a single name/value pair of metadata The biggest downside, at least at the time of writing this, is that there isn't any sort of integration with Xamarin Studio, but hopefully that story will improve as well. about a test. xUnit.net v1 exposed XML in several ways: The top level element of the document during transformation is the optional -->, , , , , , , , . Value can be unicode.""" In a previous column, I talked about why you might want to switch to xUnit, the new testing framework that's part of the .NET Core package (I also discussed why porting existing test code to xUnit probably isn't an option).. That column was the conceptual one. , , , , . This works perfectly well, but if yo… , . -->. You can use Polarion in this way with any external tool that can export test results to the xUnit XML format. When choose the "Custom Tool" as tool type a path to the user XSL must be provided. There is no requirement of having an XML file to be able to run a JUnit test, it usually produces one though which is required if you want Bamboo to interpret the test results. -->. This webpage provides a sample XML file which describes all valid elements and attributes as used by the Jenkins JUnit Plugin. XML Example. Child elements: Attributes: id: The ID of the scan. optional. e.g., via an assertEquals. introduced a XML file format to report about the test suite attr = xml_safe (attr) return saxutils. You have to make sure not only that your changes work as intended, but also that the untouched code continues to do its expected job. The assemblynode contains information about the run of a test assembly. -->, , . -->, , , , , , , , , , ,