Typemock Isolator 5.3.4 Is Released!
And you can download it here.
Let’s start with what you’ll see at the end of the installation. You’ll be presented with a quick start page.
We hope to get new users up to speed with this, so they can just start writing test right after installation. Part of our guidance and support, if you will. Try it on unsuspecting newbs, and tell us their reaction. We’d really like to improve the first use experience.
Then, we get a cool new menu, just like I always wanted!
Now I can retire. Well, not really.
And we’ve also added support to another method from MSCorLib: File.ReadAllText(). Now you fake reading your very own file! I’m sure this will come in handy.
There are of course few bug fixes, obviously:
- Fixed a bug causing the Visual Studio WCF client test wizard to fail if Isolator is enabled
- Improved error message when trying to run on Windows 7 or Vista in Visual Studio without elevated privileges
- Two major issues with generics are now resolved: support of faking classes with generic constraints, and proper handling of methods with complex generic return type
- True property improvements: proper handling of recursive fakes’ true properties, and fixed an issue when mixing True Property and WhenCalled() on the same property
- Fixed bug that caused crash when generic method had the same name as a non generic method.
Expect lots more to come in the next releases.