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I have VS C# 2010 Express, and j have legal Typemock Isolator.
I installed Typemock Isolator 2010 in integrated Visual Studio, and I don't see Isolator 2010 in VC C# 2010 Express, why?

I have VC 2010 Shell and i installed Typemock Isolator 2010 in VC 2010 Shell, and I have Isolotor 2010 in menu, but I don't have Isolator 2010 in New Project.
My default language for VC 2010 Shell is Delphi Prism.

Please help me.

asked by katmpbsoft (640 points)

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The reason you're not seeing Typemock inside Visual-Studio is the express edition of Visual-Studio. Visual-Studio express editions are limited and disallow integration of addins.

You can still use Isolator using test runners in command-line. For example, if you're right unit tests using NUnit, you can execute:
TMockRunner.exe nunit-console.exe myassembly.dll

This command line will execute the test using Isolator.

Please let me know if it helps.

Typemock Support
answered by Elisha (12k points)
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That's right.

VS 2010 Express disallow integration of addins, thanks.

But, I still don't know why in VISUAL STUDIO 2010 SHELL, I have only Menu of Isolator and why I don't have Project->NEW (TEST -> TEST Project).
My Defauly Language for VS 2010 SHELL is Delphi Prism.
answered by katmpbsoft (640 points)
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The project type of "Test Project" is supplied by Visual Studio full editions. As a workaround, assuming you can write C# code in Visual Studio you can write NUnit tests instead of MStest tests.

You can download NUnit from here:

Assuming you're going by the quick start examples, which are written in MStest, you need to replace the [TestClass] attribute with [TestFixture] and [TestMethod] with [Test].

In order to execute the tests, you need to run it from command line (unless you've got TestDriven.Net installed or other runner). For executing nunit test with Isolator in command line:
TMockRunner.exe nunit-console.exe MyTestsAssembly.dll

By the way, if you want to have a little easier start, you can download Visual Studio for evaluation.

Good luck,
Typemock Support
answered by Elisha (12k points)