Isolator - unit testing done right? Part #3

And how does it work in practice? Installation was smooth and it didn’t require much configuration. If you want to debug mocked code, you need to link Typemock Isolator with profiler / code coverage tool : the default one is Visual Studio profiler, but more options are supported. Unfortunately my version of Isolator (6.2.3) had some problems with IntelliTrace, so I had to disable it to avoid some irritating message boxes. If you want to use Isolator, you just need to reference its assemblies in your test project and mark your tests with “Isolated” attribute - that’…

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