As the title really - any idea when NUnit 3 will be supported by UITest?
I can provide no date for NUnit 3.
You can request NUnit 3 and comment and vote on that and other feature requests at our Ideas and Feature Request portal: https://testcloud.ideas.aha.io/ideas
I don't believe there is a current request there for NUnit 3.
Looks like its all go!
I emailed support about this in November and the responses from Gelnn Wester were as follows:
NOV 01, 2017 | 08:17PM EDT
Thanks for writing in! We're planning on supporting NUnit 3 in the near future although I don't have a date to share right now.
NOV 01, 2017 | 05:47AM EDT
Thanks for your quick response however the request I linked said that it would be 4-6 weeks all the way back in April so when you say near future are we talking, weeks, months or years? Because the request has been open for 14 months and nunit 3.0 final release was November 15th 2015 and nunit 2.6.4 came out in December 16 2014 which means were using an almost 3 year old testing framework
Final Response from Support:
NOV 21, 2017 | 05:51AM EST
I understand that the wait has been arduous we don't have a timeline at the moment to communicate. We're working hard to get this support built as quickly as possible with updates pending.
+1 We're also intresested in the road map here, whats time time frame for NUnit 3?
+2 For me Been checking back for a while to see when we can upgrade our version.
I am also interested by the answer
@Glenn.Wilson - can you provide a timescale for nUnit 3 being supported with UITest please?
Bump - CC: @Glenn.Wilson
49 votes, is there any new info?
NUnit 3.x is really very important since Specflow 2.2.x supports only NUnit 3.x, because Xamarin is not supporting NUnit 3, I have downgraded my specflow to 2.1 which has minimal features. Please support latest version of NUnit
I wonder if there is any update on this. NUnit 2 now 4 years old
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