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Better support for start time and end time

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Hi,

I'm not sure if this project is still maintained in any way, but recently I needed to run Nunit from command line instead of using the adapter in my tfs build process.
This resulted in the fact that I could not calculate the total time all my tests ran if I run them in parallel using multiple processes (total time would be start time of first test until end time of last test).
My boss and I worked in order to update the xslt transform of 2010 to include that.
What would you suggest be the best way to give this back to the community?
The change is a bit complicated since it involves writing a date-time infrastructure.
basically what we did is take the start time of the run (date + time) and add the duration to get the end time (which involved a lot of suffering with xslt).
Thanks ahead,
Harel M.

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rbanks54 wrote Jan 7, 2016 at 10:16 PM

Hi Harel,

The easiest way to share the changes it to send a pull request with your changes. I'll have a look at it and if it all looks OK, I'll merge it in.

Thanks for taking the time to share the changes back with us.

harelm wrote May 25, 2016 at 1:40 PM

Unfortunately I can't clone the repository due to security issues - so I can't update the file and send a pull request.
Attached is the xslt code nevertheless if you want to check it in your self, sorry...
On the bright side, it does run here daily (around 10 times a day) and without any issues so I'm quite sure it does the job right :-).