Running NUnit Tests

Can you run NUnit tests directly from Bamboo? I'm on 3.2.2 and finding it very difficult to run nunit tests. Is there a work-around, perhaps via NANT script?

There's very little documentation to be found in this area. Any example would be great!

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Joseph Clark Atlassian Team Dec 29, 2011

From Bamboo 3.3 onwards, support for running NUnit tests is built-in (https://jira.atlassian.com/browse/BAM-8702).

For earlier versions of Bamboo, you will need to configure your build to shell out to the command line to execute the NUnit tests (you can still use the NUnit test result parser to get the results of the tests to show up in your build).

A way I have done it in the past is configuring the Bamboo plan to execute an MSBuild project, and then use the MSBuild Community Tasks additions (http://msbuildtasks.tigris.org/) to launch the NUnit runner.

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