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I'm converting our application to run under 64 bit using the following versions:

NUnit-Console: 2.5.09122
NCover.-Console – v1.5.7
Typemock: 5.3.4.0
Nant: 0.86

The problem is that Ncover does not seem to recognize that typemock is registered. The nant code looks like this:

      <typemockstart link="NCover" profilerlaunchedfirst="true" />



         <ncover program ="toolset\thirdparty\NCover\NCover.Console.exe"
            commandLineExe ="toolset\thirdparty\NUnit\nunit-console.exe"
            commandLineArgs="..\build\bin\Corillian.ProfileService.Test.Unit.Internal.dll /xml=..\build\log\Corillian.ProfileService.Test.Unit.Internal.dll-results.xml"
            coverageFile ="${build.log.dir}\Corillian.ProfileService.Coverage.xml"
            logLevel="Verbose"
            logFile="${build.log.dir}\Corillian.ProfileService.Coverage.log"
            excludeAttributes="CoverageExcludeAttribute"
            registerProfiler="false">
            <assemblies basedir="${build.bin.dir}">
                        <include name="Corillian.ProfileService.dll" />
            </assemblies>
         </ncover>





When ncover runs it fails on all of the tests because it's stating the TypeMock is not registered.

I have tried everything I can think of. Anyone have any experience with this?

Thanks!
Jeff
asked by JEberlin (1.7k points)

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I've discovered NCover 1.5.7 is not compatible for what we're trying to do. Please ignore. Thanks! :-)

JEff
answered by JEberlin (1.7k points)
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