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I am trying to run nunit-console.exe with a Typemock-using NUnit test DLL but am seeing "Typemock Isolator is currently disabled" despite "Enable mocking for 3rd party runners" enabled in Visual Studio from the Typemock menu. This is with Isolator and NUnit 2.6.4.

Any ideas on how to make nunit-console.exe work without "Typemock Isolator is currently disabled"?

asked by NeilJustice (14.1k points)

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Hi Neil,

In order to enable Isolator in NUnit, you need to use TMockRunner.exe(which you can find in Typemock installation folder).

TMockRunner launches external programs, such as  test runner with Isolator enabled.

Please launch from cmd TMockRunner.exe as follows: TMockRunner.exe [nunit-console.exe [test.dll] ] .

Let us know if it helps.


answered by Bar (3.3k points)
edited by alex
  • Thanks Bar, TMockRunner.exe worked well: