Recently I decided to set up a CI build for a project: https://github.com/hhariri/jsonfx
may notice that it uses xunit to run tests.
My goal was to set up TeamCity build with tests under xunit and code
Hopefully I noticed that xunit supports TeamCity! To make it report tests for
TeamCity all you need is to add /teamcity command line argument. Amazing! (I should probably write a plugin for it
to make it easier in TeamCity)
The first step I set up in my build configuration was a
build with 'Visual Studio (sln)' runner. This runner did all the job to build my solution and produce all
artifacts I need.
Second step is to set up xunit tests. For this I decided to use '.NET
Process Runner'. I specified there path to xunit, arguments.
That was easy to set up?
And now I need to setup code coverage for this xunit tests. Thanks to TeamCity .NET
Process Runner, I only need to select code coverage tool to make it work. No need to do anything more:
The outcome is I have
created a build configuration in TeamCity that builds solution, runs tests with xunit and gathers code coverage
information without writing ANY build scripts.
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