public class $safeitemname$
public void DoTestSetup()
Console.WriteLine("Set up test");
public void DoTestTearDown()
Console.WriteLine("Test Tear Down");
public void TestSetup()
Console.WriteLine("Do test setup");
Now each time I want to create a class to do a load of tests I select my unit test class and denden immediate test. So yes today I have been continuing my test driven development of Converse. My faith in unit testing as something useful and non-faddish grows as I use it. It really does pick kill bugs. You still need an architecture before you start imo.