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Welcome to Pex and Moles!PeliMicrosoft EmployeeFriday, October 17, 2008 6:19 AM
Welcome to Pex, which includes Moles.
Pex is an automated white box test generation tool for .Net.
Moles supports detours to deal with legacy code.
This is a great place to post your question about Pex and Moles related questions such as how to do parameterized unit testing, understanding how Pex works (or does not work), extending Pex, etc...
- Try it live! http://www.pexforfun.com
- Pex and Moles at Microsoft Research: http://research.microsoft.com/pex
- Documentation: http://research.microsoft.com/pex/documentation.aspx
- Download: http://research.microsoft.com/pex/downloads.aspx
- Facebook fan page: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pex-and-Moles/118276281518833
Try out Pex on the web: www.pexforfun.com
Pex for fun on the web is a radically simplified version of the fully featured Pex Power Tool for Visual Studio. You do not need to install anything; all the work happens in the cloud. You can write code in C#, Visual Basic, or F#. Coding Duels are a fun way to exercise your programming skills, where Pex checks if you implement a particular algorithm correctly. Go to www.pexforfun.com, and start with the tutorial!
v0.94.51006.1 just relased: MSBuild support for Moles - bug fixes.
We just released version 0.94!
After more than a year of community feedback on DevLabs, Pex and Moles have taken the next step and have become Visual Studio 2010 Power Tools. To reflect this step forward, we have increased the version number to 0.9x.
Pex and Moles come with a PowerTools license. MSDN subscribers can download Pex for commercial use. Unlike the previous DevLabs download, Pex no longer requires Visual Studio 2010 Team Suite, but will work with Visual Studio 2008 or 2010 Professional or better. The Pex installer includes Moles. Moles is also available separately for commercial use without requiring an MSDN subscription. In addition, a version of Pex is still available for academic and non-commercial use.
The MSDN forums are still there to help you with questions at http://social.msdn.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/pex/threads/.
Thank for your support, and all the valuable feedback you gave us during our time on DevLabs. We have incorporated many of your suggestions, and we will keep listening.
Your Pex Team
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