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  1. Support unit testing frameworks

    It'd be great to be able to use this for unit tests. Specifically, I think support for NUnit and XUnit would be very useful.

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      We could create another Project type (NUnit for ex). If it is selected, Code would be divided into 2 sections: Code and Tests. Code would have the classes you need to test and Tests would have NUnit TestFixture class. Then when u run it – Output would show lists of tests and red/green next to them. Would that work? Please comment.

    • Allow user input features such as "Console.ReadKey()" etc

      Was just trying to run through the c# tutorial and realised the fiddler doesn't allow you to run code with Console.Read etc. Would be a nifty feature :)

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