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DataTestMethod with Enumerators fail in NCrunch
#1 Posted : Monday, August 07, 2017 8:05:11 AM(UTC)
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We're using DataTestMethods with enumerators, e.g.

[DataRow(AlignmentX.Center, "middle", DisplayName = "Returns \"middle\" for given AlignmentX = Center")]
[DataRow(AlignmentX.Left, "start", DisplayName = "Returns \"start\" for given AlignmentX = Left")]
[DataRow(AlignmentX.Right, "end", DisplayName = "Returns \"end\" for given AlignmentX = Right")]
public void Test(object input, string expected)

The tests fail because NCrunch converts the chosen enumerator to the backend value. When entering a breakpoint in debugger mode on first line, I see that input is an integer, 2, in the first case.

If I had a test that only tested for AlignmentX, I could perhaps code past it, but currently I have loads of other datarows and datatypes. Forcing everyone in the organization (since all dont use NCrunch), to create specific tests for DataTestMethods that use a specific enumerator isn't really feasible either.

Is this a known issue?
#2 Posted : Monday, August 07, 2017 8:09:41 AM(UTC)
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Thanks for sharing this issue.

Until now, I was not aware of this issue, but it does make sense that it could exist. There is some complexity in the handling of DataRow parameters, and you've managed to find an alignment hole.

I'll see what I can do about getting this fixed in the next build.
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