The framework was first created by Jonathan 'Peli' de Halleux as a hobby project while studying for his PhD. Later Peli and Jamie Cansdale added support for MbUnit to Jamie's NUnitAddin (later it would become the TestDriven.NET addin). After Peli's departure to Microsoft in 2005 (working first as a SDET on the CLR and more recently in the Foundations for Software Engineering group in Microsoft Research) the project was opensourced under Andy Stopford.
License MbUnit 2.4
Copyright © 2005-2007 Andrew Stopford
Portions Copyright © 2000-2004 Jonathan De Halleux, Jamie Cansdale
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This license is based on the open source zlib/libpng license. The idea was to keep the license as simple as possible to encourage use of MbUnit in free and commercial applications and libraries, but to keep the source code together and to give credit to the MbUnit contributors for their efforts. While this license allows shipping MbUnit in source and binary form, if shipping a MbUnit variant is the sole purpose of your product, please let us know.
MbUnit has an active open source development team and are grateful of any support which can be provided to the project.
Documentation for the project, including how to get started developing for the framework, submitting bugs, and other important information can be found at:
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