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Shouldly - Assertion framework for .NET. The way asserting *Should* be
A simple package with guard clause helper methods. See docs for how to extend using your own extension methods.
36,340 total downloads
Simple fluent assertions for .NET.
A high-performance, extensible argument validation library.
Assert Extensions for the Microsoft Test Framework - MSTest V2
Easy-to-use fluent assertions with actually useful failure messages.
Testify is a unit test assertions, test data creation and contract verification framework. It's not dependent on any specific unit testing framework.
Testify is a unit test assertions, test data creation and contract verification framework. It's not dependent on any specific unit testing framework. Testify.Moq adds mocking support via Moq.
Little helper on assertion.
A class invariants helper library
NETFx xUnit-like assertion for MSTest.
Use code snippet 'assertion' to get the declaration at the top of the file.
Then just use Assert.Equal(...) and the like.
A fluent assertion module for PowerShell.
Part of the PSST PowerShell Suite for Testing.
2,991 total downloads
A minimalistic guard library with Resharper contract annotations
HttpClient extensions to test REST endpoints.
Simple, fluent, lightweight assertion library to create assertion points in your code.
A simple diff comparison asserter that makes it easy to assert if two texts (strings) are equal, and display the differences in a diff tool if they are not.
Simply put it is a much simpler (and dumber) version of ApprovalTests that should get the job done for simple scenarios.
You can easily create...
Tiger xUnit.net Extensions (Source)
A collection of xUnit.net assertions, tailored for Tiger libraries. (As source.)
Guardly is a defensive programming framework
Assertion Source Info
Adds the source code statement which caused the assertion failure. Usage example here: https://github.com/GrahamTheCoder/Assertion-Source-Info/tree/master#how-to-use-with-nunit