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I saw a questioned answered over 2 years ago that mentioned .Net Core support was in the workplan. Can you provide us with a time estimate on when this can be expected, or will this not in the plan anymore?


asked by juice_johnson (9.8k points)

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Hi Jesse,

We can\'t provide an exact time estimate but it\'s on our roadmap and is being developed as we speak. We are hoping to release it in the near future. We can provide you the beta version as soon as it\'s out if you\'d like to.
answered by CoralTypemock (940 points)
Yes, please provide us a beta version as soon as available.

Hi Alex,

No, the beta version does not exist yet.

But, no problem we will include you too and send you a beta as soon as we have one.


Alon Sapozhnikov.

Support Specialist.

When core version coming?
Any update on dotnet core?
Another strategy could be to write classes in a dotnet standard which could be shared by dotnet core(3.1) and dotnet framework (4.7) so your Smartrunner could create unit tests against the common code base assuming its for 4.7 they the same code will also work with core 3.1.
However, there is a load of stuff in C#8 that Typemock just cant produce tests for just yet, so you end up writing 3.1 but thinking like its 4.7 and the results is not ideal.
Maybe Typemock needs another round of GoFundMe  so they can fix the dotnet core version as well as create Typemock for Java&Python :)


We are currently working on the integration for .Net Core, i'm very sorry for the inconvenience.

I'll forward you proposal to our development team for review.


Alon Sapozhnikov.

Support Specialist.