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                                  • Given a .NET 4.5.2 .csproj project that references the following packages:

                                    <packages> <package id="Microsoft.Framework.Configuration" version="1.0.0-beta7" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="Microsoft.Framework.Configuration.Abstractions" version="1.0.0-beta7" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="xunit" version="2.1.0" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="xunit.abstractions" version="2.0.0" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="xunit.assert" version="2.1.0" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="xunit.core" version="2.1.0" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="xunit.extensibility.core" version="2.1.0" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="xunit.extensibility.execution" version="2.1.0" targetFramework="net452" /> <package id="xunit.runner.visualstudio" version="2.1.0" targetFramework="net452" /> </packages>

                                    I create an XUnit test fixture with one test marked with [Fact] and a second test that is a [Theory] with two [InlineData] definitions.

                                    In the VS editor on the active document window I see the little test tube icon by each test and by the test fixture class. If I hover over the test tube at the fixture level I see a correct tool tip pop up telling me tests are ready to run. However, running them yields the same result each time:

                                    Summary: Passed: 0, Failed: 0, Ignored: 0
                                    Duration: 3.8180

                                    (The duration changes, but the summary/result is the same each time.)

                                    Basically, it appears no tests are actually running.

                                • Dmitry O (DevExpress) 10.15.2015

                                   Hi Travis,

                                  Thanks for pointing out the problem. I have reproduced it with the following code snippet:

                                  using Xunit;  namespace TestNamespace { public class TestClass {   [Fact] public void Test() { Assert.True(100 > 1); } [Theory] [InlineData(1)] [InlineData(100)] public void Theory(int value) { Assert.True(value > 10); } } }

                                  We will try to fix this problem as soon as possible. Once we resolve it, we will let you know about this in the context of this ticket.

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                                We have fixed this problem and will include it in an upcoming release. The final release date has not been set, but once it is published we will send you an automatic notification.