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I have about 270 tests in my system.  Only 4 of them are actual integration tests.  Any time I debug a unit test, the TypeMock add-in classifies the test I'm debugging as an integration test and so stops running it automatically after a compile.  So I have to manually run the test in order for the add-in to time it and understand that it is really a unit test.

Can you update the add-in so that it will not time and classify tests when they are being debugged?
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asked by KentRollins (2.8k points)
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Hi Kent,

We are aware of this issue. We are working on it.

Would you like us to update you once it's fixed?
answered by Raphy (4k points)
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Hi, Raphy.

Please do notify me when a fix for this is available.

Hi Kent,

Our latest release fixed this issue. Also, we added an option in the SmartRunner options on what to do with test after builds:

  1. Run pending unit test.
  2. Run all tests.
  3. Do nothing.