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Add Testing to Activities

The Activity statistics show the time spend Coding / Debugging / Building.

It would be really interesting to know which time from Coding is spent writing Tests. During a TDD session I could measure how much of my time is spend on productive code and how much on writing test.

I could think of different ways to implement this. One way would require knowlede about the TestFramework itself. For instance a Microsoft test is decorated with a [TestClass] attribut.
Another way would be to have a convention that every project that is named "Projectname.Tests" would be treated as a Test Project.
Or tread a project as test, if the project file itself is decorated with a specific xml tag.

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planned  ·  AdminCodealike (CEO / Founder, Codealike) responded  · 

This feature is already in the backlog. The priority is “new feature”. Stability and performance always take precedence against “new feature” but we are certainly investigating how to accomplish that in a way that support both Visual Studio and Eclipse with the many test frameworks out there.

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