How is .TEST different than NUnit?

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edited December 2016 in dotTEST
NUnit provides only a framework for execution of tests that the developer prepared manually. .TEST embraces and extends NUnit to provide automated test case generation. .TEST's execution engine also provides many other important features, such as coverage reporting, automatic error assignment and distribution, tracking of tests over time, user level stubs/mocks, etc. The automatic test case generation feature that comes with .TEST can help you establish a baseline regression test suite very quickly.

Further, .TEST also comes with a powerful static analysis engine. This includes more than 400 coding standards rules that help to prevent known vulnerabilities and enforce industry best practices. This also includes a deep analysis engine (BugDetective) that is capable of exploring potential execution paths in your program and pointing out defects that are usually found only at runtime.
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