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C++ developers in Visual Studio can now get their first taste of CodeLens! Specifically, Visual Studio 2017 15.7 Preview 3 Professional and Enterprise editions offer CodeLens for Unit Testing.
There are a few ways to initialize CodeLens:
- Edit and Build your test project/solution
- Rebuild your project/solution
- Run test(s) from the Test Explorer Window
After performing any of the above actions, CodeLens will appear above each of your unit tests. CodeLens allows you to Run, Debug, and view the Test Status of your unit tests directly in the source file. The test status indicators are the same as the ones in the Test Explorer (Warning , Success , Failure ).
To update the test status, you can Run the test directly from CodeLens above the desired test method.
If your test fails, you can easily view the failure message and Debug straight from CodeLens.
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Happy unit testing!