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Provide Microsoft Fakes with all Visual Studio editions

Include Microsoft Fakes with all editions of Visual Studio including Professional edition rather than being restricted to developers with Ultimate editions of Visual Studio. This will allow all Visual Studio developers to leverage the capabilities of the Fakes mocking library since mocking/stubbing is a necessary part of every developer's Unit Testing toolbelt.

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      • Robert McCabeRobert McCabe commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Not completed. The Title says add fakes to "All" VS editions. If checked in code that only had 1/3 items done and said it was "complete" then I would be out the door.
        Having a "Professional" edition that does not allow fakes only results in "Un-Professional" code.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Not completed, This should be available in VS professional as well. Wouldn't you rather your vendors be able to properly use test driven development to provide a better service to your(and our) customers?

      • John BarlowJohn Barlow commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is not complete. To actually be able to properly unit test, the fakes framework is a must. While pushing it to premium is a nice bone to throw us, it still costs over $6k to get a license for it. To do proper TDD, you are essentially telling developers to pay you $6000 for something that is free in other languages. Putting the fakes framework in all versions of Visual Studio would be a HUGE draw for developers deciding to use .NET or another stack for their products.

      • Brooks HollandBrooks Holland commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This item is marked as complete. But, it is not. Adding Fakes to VS Premium is awesome and appreciated. But, VS Professional supports Unit Tests but still not Fakes. Please add Fakes to VS Professional too.

      • Olufemi AderounmuOlufemi Aderounmu commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This high license price has put Microsoft Fakes out of the reach of many developers. It would be very reasonable to make Fakes a standard feature on ALL VERSIONS of Visual Studio. This is hurting many of us who provide solutions with Visual Studio.

      • Steve BudanSteve Budan commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Please help us to be better professionals and add this feature in ALL (yes ALL!) editions of Visual Studio.

      • YanalYanal commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Please help us to be better professionals and add this feature in ALL (yes ALL!) editions of Visual Studio.

      • AlexKvenAlexKven commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Ok. The title is "provide this in ALL visual studio editions," and you made it "completed" by providing it in one additional edition that is still out of reach for many. Nice job "completing" it. I could imagine the chaos that would ensue if Microsoft employees "completed" their tasks the same way you "completed" this task.

      • Anonymous commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This is so lame, why mark is as complete when it didn't satisfy as what was requested.
        Didn't anyone from Microsoft see the word "all" Visual Studio editions

      • wei huangwei huang commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I installed vs studio 2012 premium, Vs studio 2013 in my new machine and later I uninstall the 2013. Right now no matter I repairing and re-install 2012 preium. The Fakes feature is gone.Can someone give help to reinstall it. I have MSDN subscription right.

      • Miles DaffinMiles Daffin commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        Microsoft are treating a fundamental necessity as a sort of luxury item. What would this look like if we were to transpose it into a different context, for instance car sales?

        "You will be glad to hear that our mid-range model now has brakes too!" :)

      • Gabriel Andres BrancoliniGabriel Andres Brancolini commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        I just don't get it. We develop in .net so big companies buys windows OS, in a way we promote microsoft's envirionment, but by the other hand Ms only makes developers to go away and try AND recommend other kind of technology.
        Keep in mind that the most power of developers is out of USA, and we can't afford that very huge ammount of money for a good license.
        The question here is: Do you still want us to recommend .net technologies or keep making us going away to another technologies?

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