[IronPython] Running tests without VS Pro - any way to make it work?
rjnienaber at gmail.com
Sun Jan 23 13:05:07 PST 2011
> How about distributing precompiled dll's for the testing pieces that are
on VS 2010 Express (SHarpDevel) installs?
I think this would be a good idea. If we ever plan on getting the unit tests
running on the continuous integration server, it's unlikely to have a full
Visual Studio installation.
On Sun, Jan 23, 2011 at 8:55 PM, Daniel D. <dvdotsenko at gmail.com> wrote:
> Building and tweaking in VS 2010 Express is quite a tolerable
> experience (once a sensible coloring theme is applied
> I see this on
> "Build the DLR COM library as administrator (this only needs to happen
> once): msbuild /p:Platform=Win32 DlrComLibrary\DlrComLibrary.sln (this
> only works if you have VS Pro – you’ll see failing COM tests without
> Is there a way to make the tests run with VS 2010 Express? How about
> distributing precompiled dll's for the testing pieces that are absent
> on VS 2010 Express (SHarpDevel) installs?
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