Back in 2015, I outlined the installation steps, but those steps no longer work and the process is now much easier.
Writing Visual Studio Extensions has gotten much easier with recent versions of Visual Studio, but figuring out how to debug them can be hard. When you debug an extension, you run it in an instance of Visual Studio using a separate set of settings called an experimental hive. When you launch this from Visual Studio, it takes care of installing your extension and the debugger is attached to Visual Studio itself.
There are three different versions of the NUnit Console runner on NuGet. This can be confusing for new users who don’t know which one to pick. The NUnit team has tried to make it easier to pick by changing the titles and descriptions, but Visual Studio shows the package name. Extensions add to the confusion, thus this guide. (more…)