Posts Tagged: Isolator V7

Isolator 7.5, Extending mscorlib support

With each release of Typemock Isolator we add some more mscorlib functionality. Faking mscorlib is tricky, since these classes are used throughout the system and Faking them can cause strange results, as the test runners ...

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Typemock Isolator 7.5 Released

You know how it is when you’re working on something, and you want to release it, but then you want to add just one more thing, and than another? You may call it feature creep. ...

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Isolator V7.4.3 Unleashed!

Isolator V7.4.3 Unleashed!

  ** Isolator is packed with productivity-enhancing features. Give it a (unit)-test-drive now ** Ring in the new year with a fresh release of Isolator! Great tools help remove the obstacles for you to work more effectively. ...

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Typemock Isolator 7.1.6 is live

Typemock Isolator 7.1.6 is live Typemock Isolator 7.1.6 includes the following new features: SmartRunner shows live results during the run Linking with JetBrains dotCover on Visual-Studio 2012 Added X509Certificate support (mscorlib type) This version also ...

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Isolator 7.0.7 is out

New Features New wizard for upgrading/setting up references to Typemock assemblies in all projects in a solution. Typemock menu->Fix References… To help with auto deploy on servers, we create a complete AutoDeploy  folder with all ...

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Isolator V7 for …. free? Get rid of your legacy software.

Are you using a legacy version of Typemock Isolator isolating your legacy code? Want the latest advances in bug detection? Then upgrade to V7 For FREE* Existing Typemock customers* can upgrade to Typemock Isolator V7 ...

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Spending too much time debugging

We all hate debugging software and fixing bugs. But apparently some of us are spending several hours each day debugging and fixing software bugs. Software bugs are something that we all have to deal with, ...

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A Tax on Software Bugs?

How expensive might software become if one proposal to tax software bugs happens. Geeknomics author and Apple’s new head of global security David Rice, has recently floated an idea to tax software bugs. According to ...

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Software Development Cycle: Does your organization look like this?

Programmer produces code he believes is bug-free. Product is tested. 20 bugs are found. Programmer fixes 10 of the bugs and explains to the testing department that the other 10 aren’t really bugs. Testing department ...

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It Finds My Bugs for Me

“It finds my bugs for me.” That’s what you’re going to say when you try Isolator V7. And now you can try Isolator V7 before it’s released to the public. Download Isolator V7 beta and ...

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