TestDriven.NET Keyboard Bindings for Visual Studio.NET
I've been meaning to do this for months, and Gordon reminds me to. If you are a TDD person and you use Test Driven.NET, nothing has changed your development life in the last year than right-click "Run Tests." I was always irritated by the mouse action, and never got around to assigning keys. Now I've assigned Ctrl-Alt-F5 to "TestDriven.NET.Debugger." That along will save me at least 10 minutes of mousing in a development day. I've also added Shift-Ctrl-T (Test) to compliment Shift-Ctrl-B (Build).
TestDriven.NET Keyboard Bindings -I did a little exploring today and discovered that you can assign keystrokes to these commands. Under Tools | Options, Keyboard, the commands you're looking for are:
TestDriven.NET.Client - The equivalent of the run test cases menu option, this will run test cases on whatever the active window is.
TestDriven.NET.Debugger - This is the same as the run in debbuger option, it will run the code in the active window in the debugger.
TestDriven.NET.Solution - This will run all the test cases in the current solution
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