A key concept of csUnit is the recipe. A recipe is basically almost like a project in your favorite IDE. Basically a recipe consists of one or more test assemblies, that is assemblies that contain tests.

Furthermore the recipe can contain additional information, e.g. about the categories to be included/excluded in a test run.

The csUnit command line is able to read the recipe and execute the tests according to the information in the recipe. From a certain perspective the csUnitRunner (the native application) becomes the editor for recipes.

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