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“This project started when I needed to create test data for some of my unit tests. I wrote a simple small helper function, to which I could pass a data object, which would build a test object given a small number of properties. To make it generic, I needed a way to provide a parameterized constructor. This is where the Test Data Builder pattern came in, so I started with an implementation of this pattern, which then evolved into what it is today.”

.NET Scripting

AutoFixture offers functionality for scripting.
AutoFixture’s Scripting features includes:

AutoFixture ScriptRunner is a  command-line automated scripting tool.

The ScriptRunner tool is a command-line automation tool. It can be used to run a single, multi-line script, or run a batch of scripts in sequence.

AutoFixture ScriptRunner provides a framework for.NET applications. It is intended to be used in automated scripting applications that need to be integrated into continuous integration systems. It is designed to work with Visual Studio, and its source code can be found in the project source code repository at the website.

AutoFixture ScriptRunner is supported in Visual Studio, and can be set up to run automatically on each build. It is easy to integrate into an automated build because of the command-line interface, but you can also use the ScriptRunner from within Visual Studio, if you prefer to use the IDE.

AutoFixture ScriptRunner is available on

See also
Unit Testing
Common Programming Errors
Test driven development
Test automation


External links

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The AutoFixture library provides a set of extensions that aid test-driven development by eliminating the need to hand-code anonymous objects as part of a unit test’s Fixture Setup phase. It does so by implementing the principle of Constrained Non-Determinism (sometimes called the Builder pattern) to generate test data based on values provided as parameters, making your test data distribution as unconstrained as your source data.
Among other features, it offers a generic implementation of the Test Data Builder pattern.
If you’re looking for testing libraries for F#, have a look at one of the following:
– xUnit :
– FsUnit :
– zUnit :
– fast :
– SpecFlow :
– FsTest :
– FsCheck :
But a good source of examples:
You can find a lot of cool real-world project here:
To get started quickly, I have provided a code sample showing some very simple testable code. It uses the System.IO.File class to load a set of files (using LoadAsFile()), and then enumerate all the files in a directory.
using System;
using System.IO;
using System.Collections;
using System.Collections.Generic;
using System.IO.Compression;

namespace Test
public static class ZipFiles
public static void AddFilesRecursively()
var src = new List { “big.txt” };
var dest = new List { “big.tmp” };
var options = new

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Generates instances of objects at compile time based on data supplied at design time; that is, AutoFixture provides objects at runtime instead of generating code. The “Auto” comes from the fact that AutoFixture automates the “fixture” phase, which is the phase of a test development in which the test developer or tester will use the object(s) created by the test framework to perform test cases.

AutoFixture explains it well

Constrained Non-determinism:
What is Constrained Non-Determinism?
The principle of constrained non-determinism is based on three points:

Test Developers and Testers want to test their application by providing a set of data which triggers the most likely path of execution.
While it is desirable to have a deterministic test (meaning that no data is generated that might trigger the path of execution we want to test) is sometimes not feasible.
Test developers and testers may be forced to provide data which might trigger a path of execution we don’t want to trigger, and this can cause either incorrect test coverage or even a failure in the program tested.

What if someone tells me that the AutoFixture provides non-deterministic code?
There are many different ways to implement non-deterministic code. You can use random number generators, guessing the object state, etc. When talking about unit testing, we are especially interested in the use of anonymous variables, since we want to reuse these variables in different test cases. Unfortunately, using anonymous variables for test cases in the AutoFixture Fixture Setup phase can cause the test to fail (at least in the.NET Framework). This is an issue we are aware of and know is solvable. We have published a blog post describing the issues.

Why does the AutoFixture fails?
We can simulate the problem by creating a test case which has an Arrange and an Act phase. In the Arrange phase, we use a factory which creates a random number and stores it in an anonymous variable. In the Act phase, we try to use that variable to create a new MyClass instance. This could also be done by manually setting the variable but this would require that we hard-code the value we want.
So this is a “normal” example of how AutoFixture fails to create an instance of MyClass
using System;
using Autofixture;

namespace Fixtures

What’s New In AutoFixture?

Model: abstracts the object creation from the test code; adds setters for most properties that are accessed by most tests.
Fixture: a real object, the first version of the test data builder; responsible for the SetUp. The name reflects its ability to create objects during the setup phase of the test.
Generator: the non-determinism engine; creates objects that represent the default state of the test.

AutoFixture Features:

Namespaces and assembly loading
Generator and Constrained Non-determinism
Customizable Test Data

Autofixture Setup

At the beginning of each test, we’ll call Initialize to perform some setup work, typically calling RegisterType to register classes and start our generator.

public void Initialize()
// register model and fixture classes

// Do setup work


Initializes the generator.

private void BuildAnnualEmployees()
// Load a set of employees
var annuals = ReadAnnuals();
var employees = Annuals.Value.Select(x => Gen.BuildEmployee(x));


The generator simply build the employees.

private T BuildEmployee(Employee employee)
where T : Employee, new()
return new T() { FirstName = employee.FirstName, LastName = employee.LastName };


Generate and return employees

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