The saga continues...
I'm working in VS 2008 which I understand is quite a bit different from 2010.
I'm trying write out results to TestLink, or any other place for that matter. One of the things I need to do that is get the context of the current test into a base class.
To clarify a little:
I want to put the code that writes out to TestLink in a base class but I can't seem to get the code in the base class to recognize the current test context at run time.
I admit I haven't really studied up on all this inheritance stuff. I'm doing that now but I'm looking for a shortcut. :-)
If you're a slave to your free associations, does it automatically become something else?
The 'Visual Studio Test Edition' forum is dead!
Long live the forum!
Found a shortcut.
Ain't going to tell you what it is unless this forum can prove it's trully alive and not just a zombie forum that deserves a shot to the head.